Rough and Tumble Bush Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Westport
... consideration of time I went for a lion as it wouldn’t cost me any money!! I tried for a long time to make myself into a lamp, even using my laptop charger as my lamp cable! But I couldn’t get the shade to hold together (sarong and cardboard!) so lion it was.
We scoured the supermarket and the town’s fancy dress shop for the few bits we needed and then we were off again. The bus pulled up at the Lake Manhipua ...
... played around with numerous ideas such as a limpet and lamp before failing a bit with the cardboard, throwing it all in (or away) and going as a lion. Costume making commenced as soon as we were in our hostel, and continued after dinner.
Dinner was included in our night’s accommodation cost; a steak dinner with potatoes and pasta and veg. Even though the steak was majorly over done it was really tasty and did too well in succeeding to ...
We met the north island group en route to then stay in kaiteriteri. Included was gethin and a sound female ratio. We walked to split apple rock and around the lead up to the Abel Tasman national park. Getting close to Clare and nick and obviously Bernard. Then to Westport for our first night out realistically. It was decided we would do a 3 legged ...
... a while we were both feeling the lack of sleep so went to find some comfy chairs to get some rest. For the rest of the 3 hour journey I slept while eve read. Next to us was this odd guy who was snoring stupidly loud it was tres irritating. When we got over to the South Island all hell broke lose as their were too many people for the number of seats on the bus. So straight away within a few minutes of arrival the drama had started again. Kiwi experience never fails to ...
... were ready to leave as I had done everything. Once on the road we headed South West toward Westport, our next destination. We stopped on the roadside in Wakefield at a notice advertising fresh grape juice, and decided to make enquiries. We turned off the road and drove up a gravel track, until we came to a little shed with bottles of juice in it and a money box. We left $5 in the money box and took a bottle of the juice for later. On the way back ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking