Pleasant View Bed & Breakfast Timaru
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 8217;t great; the scenery swallowed by the great grey. We suffered multiple disappointment in our quest to tackle the Rob Roy Glacier Valley track, perhaps made more disappointing by the guidebooks insistence of it being a must do track. On the two occasions we took the van kicking and screaming along the 30 odd km of horrific dirt road and fords we reached “the unpassable river” – a ford so deep that it created enough ...
... 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 ...
... did think Bombardier trains were a bit "iffy", at least the ones they sold to Denmark, not to mention the undercarriages that didn't work on some Bombardier planes......but then he was into Saab cars so not sure his judgement was totally sound. Next to us was an NZ family with small kids. They were rediscovering their homeland since working away for a number of years, exotic places like Shanghai and Guildford. Well that's it I think, I'm just downing the last ...
... 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!
... down in sheets, in all directions. We decided to race back and check on the tent. The 15 feet of running from the truck to the tent left me drenched, but shockingly our tent was mostly dry. With the rainy conditions leaving the campground a ghost town and our Alpine centre passes still valid for a couple more shows, we thought it best to catch a few more movies in the dry and warm alpine centre theatre. We ended up watching the Hillary on ...