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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... about eleven. We rode along Queen Charlotte Drive - a beautiful winding route along the water - stopping at Pelorus Bridge (where the barrel scene in The Hobbit was filmed) for a swim and sleep. Day 19. Friday 3rd April. Pelorus Bridge to Nelson. It was a beautifully sunny, clear blue skied but boiling hot day. We sweated up a brutal 12km climb along the Maungatapu track before dropping down the other side through the beautiful Maitai Valley into the very pleasant town of ...
27th - Up early to ensure we got the car dropped off and in plenty of time for our ferry. Done so well we had checked in before the previous ferry had departed! Ferry crossing was on time and a smooth trip over Cook Straight, arriving into Picton (pic) on the South Island at 1.45ish. Picked up the car OK (very slightly older than our previous but still fine). We were told that the Queen Charlotte Drive was a prettier journey ...
... 1492;ראשי בנסיו 03; למצוא מסעדה נחמדה וזולה, אך נפלנו שוב במלכו 91;ת הג׳נק פוד ואכלנ 93; ...
... around which was great and then paddled across to Watering Cove for lunch. A quick lunch and as the tide came in rather quickly we managed to all launch again without capsizing. Next we headed through the larger swell of the Mad Mile. The coastline was quite rugged without being too intimidating though you couldn't see that from Mark's facial expression. You'd have thought we were rounding the Horn. After a couple of hours solid kayaking we rounded Pitt Head and headed into ...
... Nelson is the BEST in the summer. Great arty-***** atmosphere.
Nikki was kind enough to give me her free boat trip voucher for the Abel Tasman. So I might get myself biffed out of boat somewhere. It just depends on how much of the 'middle of nowhere' I want to be.
It's funny when you get to the end of a trip away, the beginning seems so long ago. I'd almost forgotten Utah ...