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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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- Pets allowed
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... tasted some Sauvingnon Blanc, then our food arrived, a charcuterie sharing board which was really lovely, the waitress had a bit to be desired mind, as she forget the olives and the wine tasters that came with the board. She also forgot the coffee and dropped a glass some where in the as well. When she asked which wine I liked the most? My response was "which is you favourite." Turned out she didn't really like red wines but her dad did and ...
I fell asleep embarrassingly early last night at about 8pm! So woke up nice and refreshed :) We checked out and drive the 30 mins or so to our next accommodation in renwick. It's a cottagey thing in someone's garden with a nice big bed, tv kitchen and sauna! We unloaded our bits and left straight away to start our wine tour :) We rented some bikes from a guy who was about a 5 min walk from us and followed the map. There is quite a concentration of cellar doors near where we are so we ...
... the amazing ruggedness and height of the Otago Peninsula
- the way some mountain ranges which appear to tower over the plain or glacial lake beneath them, are themselves towered over by another mountain range behind them
- the lack of guard rails on impossibly dangerous winding mountain roads with death awaiting the occupants of any vehicle that departs them
- the one-lane bridge crossings, which require one direction of traffic to give way, but in ...
... around the world and ended up staying in NZ. Why is that not my life??
David dropped us off at Kaiuma bay. Since there's no jetty, we had to clamber off the ladder at the front of boat. Believe me, not easy with my big pack on - some may wonder: you've got a bed, you get a towel, you've got food all sorted, what the hell was in your pack?!. *sigh* Clothes. And a lot of them. It has been getting really cold at night and I made sure I took enough warm ...
... good for her experience but it's always difficult when you don't work as a team or gel that well together. I think she had been doing a few days on her own or with one other rousie so she hadn't learnt the skills of teamwork. But it was ok, me and Anna just had to be patient and keep an eye on her to make sure we had her back. It reminded me a lot of when I started and I had to keep remembering that. It's hard when your the least experienced. And it was funny ...