Pleasant View Bed & Breakfast Timaru
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... little surprised but didn’t say anything as the shop assistant was hovering. Halfway back across the car park he had a eureka moment and exclaimed 'did I just pay £11 for a piece of Salmon!’. He had to sit down and have a cup of tea. Whilst we had been admiring the view up the lake some Japanese tourists had been peeping in Sid’s windows. Good thing I had made the beds. Once in a campsite some Chinese campers had come and taken photos of the inside of Sid. Strange ...
... Tasman and the Tasman glacier. The walk started gently enough but there was a steep climb and we ended up rock hopping up the final slopes like mountain goats, with Jane and I hauling each other over the boulders like Edmund Hilary and Sherpa Tensing (you decide who was who !!) on the final ascent of Everest. We made it to the top and the view was to die for...it nearly killed us anyway. We were frankly incensed that both the lady in the information office and ...
... 4 for not very much. We're all so used to each other by this stage, that'll do for us. The others agreed, so I booked it on the net.
We had to get a bus from the centre for the visit to Tasman glacier, so we drove round. We got on the waiting bus, and were given an introductory talk. That's when we learned we would have quite a long walk on a shingle path, and should wear socks and good walking shoes. It would have been useful if that ...
... known night sky observatories worldwide. There is absolutely no light pollution in this area, but the moon was extremely bright tonight and flooded the sky, making the sky a greyish colour rather than black. Looking with our naked eyes and with the technologies set up for us, we were able to see the pointer stars (one of which is the second brightest in the sky), Southern Cross, Orion, Jupiter, and two other galaxies outside of our own. These galaxies are ...
... en route in Ashburton and couldn't resist a last visit to Caroline Bay playground in Timaru. We were home to sleep that night in our own beds!