Pleasant View Bed & Breakfast Timaru
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... if anyone was confused. But prior to the walk, we walked around the museum! We learned of the history of the mountain and admired the woman who climbed it in corsets and coiffed hair. The museum also had a hut, transported from the top of the mountain! It was super small but a welcome site to those that require them, I think. We then headed out on our very last hike of the trip- it was about four hours long, ...
... tour guide was
named Lee and he had been doing this for about a year I think. The tour was a
ride through the valley of the mountains to the glacier. It was a lot of fun;
Lee would go around corners super fast and pretend to crash. With me on the
tour was a family of four from Singapore. The parents came to New Zealand to
visit their daughter that was studying here and the other daughter was studying
in Australia. ...
... Zealand. Wednesday we did some work with Chris. Landscaping an aviary in the Timaru botanic gardens which was really good fun as we got to go Inside with all the birds. In the evening we went down to his workshop and started getting the van ready for his new engine. On Thursday Kim went into labour at 4am and was taken to the hospital where she gave birth around 13:15 to baby Axel at 8 pounds 8. We went up around 4pm to see him and ...
... at the heart of a town or city forms a cultural and historical centrepiece of the community and to see Christchurch Cathedral open fronted with its tower destroyed, left the visiting tourists whispering and subdued. Many small businesses, particularly restaurants and bars would have instantly and permanently closed down, and there is an edgy atmosphere reflected in the clusters of locals we see hanging around that ...
... head on one side. I believed it to be of an infection of some sort, so took note of his numbered tag in his ear, and when returning to the car, we stopped at the closest farmhouse and reported what we noticed.
The woman was very appreciative as they have 2,500 head of sheep and they are not always able to monitor each one every day.
Can you see the outlines of animals and whatever else ...