Pleasant View Bed & Breakfast Timaru
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... At Oamaru just up the coast, we had to stop for yet another car museum (yawn!) and also the more interesting Steampunk HQ, which is described as Retro-futuristic sci-fi art or a quirky and fun science fiction that features steam powered technology or just another big man shed. It is housed in one of the many grand old buildings scattered around town (built from a limestone that you can saw). What can I say; it was amazing to see what grown men can do with old bits of ...
As we pulled into Timaru the van struggled to make it up a slight incline so we pulled up outside a aqua centre and set up the van. Day one we walked around Caroline bay, around the area played some crazy golf, visited the aviary, and walked around town to get to know the area. The 2nd day we did pretty much the same explored more of the area, went to the South Canterbury museum, had a swim in the aqua centre and in the ...
... their ***** you know. Luckily I'm a tolerant man and after sitting her down and giving her a good talking to I decided it wasn't necessary to end the relationship. Unfortunately it happened a second time. Two washes, two tissues, one bitterly disappointed Jonny. I'm not decided upon what a fair punishment is but I'm strongly considering leaving her in Easter Island. It's apparently the most ...
... but we still made the best of the day. Stop one was to cross the largest swing-bridge in NZ - over the Buller Gorge and the rocks were a cool rust color. Then we drove to Cape Foulwind to see the Fur seals, man it that a good name for it. We got to see some Fur seals. Then it was on to Punakaiki Blowholes and Pancake Rocks. It was awesome, the rocks did look like a bunch of pancakes stacked on top of each other. The wind and rain were still blasting ...
The weather improved again today and we were finally able to go out in t-shirts without having to worry about bringing a sweater. We were excited about this because we could follow through with our plan to check out the historic town of Oamaru. We learned that Oarmaru was named as New Zealand's third official municipality after Dunedin and Queenstown. Many of the buildings in this town are the original ones from the Victorian era and they are beautiful. There is ...