Rough and Tumble Bush Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and it just goes to show, they still keep coming.
The next morning was an early start. Presents and toys everywhere. We had breakfast with Taryn & Jake and other family members before leaving them mid morning. We had booked into Bloody Mary’s, a restaurant in Rydges hotel for lunch, something we had never done before. Well, it did not disappoint and the food was amazing. So home we went for a wee snooze before having more food and people over at ...
... be too fair. Also, if you put ginger hair in milk it turns it sour. It's safe to say the ginger person who told Claire these "facts" was having her life! The next morning we had to leave at 8.30 to head towards Westport. For some reason one of the American girls felt it necessary to get up at 7.00 and leave the door open, the window open and the blind open. Did I mention it was freezing in Abel Tasman?! Safe to assume I was grumpy and antisocial that morning! ...
Again today was set to be a fair bit of driving, we arrived at a town called Westport which is on the south island west coast – usually people go straight south from here, however we are intending to take the road about 100km North to Karamea. Even though we have not had to deal with large numbers of tourists anywhere yet, this area North of Westport is said to be almost untouched by tourists despite having some cool places to explore – pretty off the beaten ...
... right up and down the coast.
Nearing Westport meant coming to the end of Highway 6, which we have been on since Invercargill last week. It has really been the most amazing quality road, and clearly has had a lot of attention over the last few years. The only thing lacking now is double lane bridges. And two strange things happened today on the open road that haven't happened yet on this holiday:
#1 - I overtook someone in ...
... with the lasting side-effects. Rather than being angry, or upset, or frustrated with the hand she's been dealt in life, she booked herself a round the world plane ticket and I'm pleased to report she is currently having the time of her life. And I've met a lad from a country where military service is compulsory. I won't be specific as I don't want him to get in any trouble for telling us about his experiences. And I won't go into detail about some of ...