Rough and Tumble Bush Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Rough and Tumble Bush Lodge Westport
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... I saw the world, then the plane rushing away from me above, then the world, then the plane, then the world. I couldn't breath (literally). The air rush was so strong and cold that I felt winded for the whole 60 second free fall. My ears also popped and I was deaf and in excruciating pain for the whole thing. Apart from that.... it was incredible! The sunrise over the horizon, shining onto Lake Taupo and Mount Doom was magical. Amazing feeling.
We had ...
... Greymouth sits at the terminus of the Grey River (surprise!) but from where we we were, we didn't have views of the ocean just yet. After finishing our beer tasting and sampler platter of lamb sliders, hot chips and cheeses, we were back on the road to our next destination an hour away: Punakaiki: Home of the Pancake Rocks. You may already be familiar with the Pancake Rocks as I wrote about them in a previous post when I visited with my mom, but I'll refresh you. The ...
... been for the WHOLE game). BUT THEN Jonny went and got a flukey hole in 2!!!!! And it was one of those holes where it's at the top of the hill so you can really end up messing it up .... Like David did who ended up not completing it in the seven attempts so he was now drawing with Jonny in first place.... Cassie did the same so she was in last place now ... Then it was my turn and all I had to do was get it in 4 holes in order to win. And what ...
... like that there and apparently has the most sunshine in the whole of New Zealand. We thought we'd better make the most of the weather and pulled over in the waterfront town. Here we walked up to a viewpoint which happened to be the exact middle of New Zealand and gave us a good view over Nelson. We also did what we always do when visiting a new place and entered the tourist information centre to find out what to do in the surrounding area. An hour away was the Abel ...
... the screensavers you would find on your computer. Our driver, Kea, told us we were more than welcomed to swim in the Lake, we happily declined. Instead we took lots of pictures, skimmed stones and watch all the ducks and eels swimming in the lake. We could of spent the whole day there, but it was time we moved on. We knew the scenery was only going to get better, as we moved on and we couldn't wait, this was what we were waiting for. Our final ...