Rough and Tumble Bush Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... even at the thought of going to the shops in their home city, decided to tackle their problems by going on the trip-of-a-lifetime. I suspect even being able to tell a stranger like me about this was a big step forward for them. I've met a 21-year-old student who lost her dad two years ago in particularly tragic circumstances. Shortly after his death, she was diagnosed with a virus which attacked her immune system and hospitalised her for weeks. She is ...
... van before pushing on. Whilst we made lunch a very bossy and hopeful bird appeared demanding a share of our sandwiches. It was such a pest we shut the doors on it and left it circling us. At one point Ed was watching as it passed right underneath where we were sitting and then jumped out if his skin as Kate's foot brushed his leg; he'd connected the two events as one in his mind! When lunch was finished and heart rates were back to normal we made our way south again passing ...
... South Island we met our new bus driver Vaughn and had a couple more hours driving before we reached the edge of the Abel Tasman national park, Kaiteriteri. Today was Anna's birthday so we cooked her a curry and had chocolate cake in the evening which was fun. If we had more time we would have stopped abit longer here as what we saw of the national park was really beautiful. Everyone says the South Island is better than the north and so far the scenery has lived up to the hype, the ...
... Last night we parked up just north of Karamea in a DOC camp at the start/finish of the Heaphy Track. This is as far as the road goes north on the west coast. It’s a lovely spot bordered by the Tasman Sea, the Kohaihai River and the Kahurangi National Park. We had Spanish Chicken with home-made bread for dinner – followed by blackberries with yoghurt. So good.
This morning we walked into the Heaphy Track for two hours, had a snack ...
... else in the team thought it was necessary to say the answer to such an obvious question. But, brace yourselves, when they read the answers out, it turned out she had only gone and written November down instead - the absolute idiot. I know I say some stupid things in my time but nothing quite on that level. This morning we had a lovely leisurely lie-in. The two couples in our room didn't make a sound even though one couple canoodled all night. Daisy and I ...