The Green House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... quite know if the water does come anywhere near the town but there are boats here.
After checking in to motel we went to the Drivng Creek Train and spent an hour on a narrow gauge rail trip up into the steep mountain behind the town, built by a potter who built it to get clay down from the mountain but now a tourist attraction. Great view of the Peninsula from the Eye-ful Tower. Dinner we went for a wander into the ...
... thought best to let it rest for now. Tea was a simple and inexpensive pasta and tomato sauce with sausage, mushroom and onion. As usual of late we made more than enough so as to save some for a nice lunch tomorrow, and having been tempted by the films others had been watching while we ate, we decided to have a bit of a movie night. First up was watching the final parts of 1408 that some girls had been watching while we ate: a thriller that started off quite good, but ...
... aagghh) and getting jobs that should have been done years ago completed before anyone new entered the house. Having a fully functioning cooker and a beautifully painted deck have been a great bonus in the mad dash to get everything ready and we have never been so tidy.
A fortnight before we left Wellington, we still didn't have tenants, hadn't sold the car and the list seemed to be getting longer on our ' Jobs to do' list. How things change in ...
... We arrive Chez Gini, who is 58 and came here from Worthing when she was 23. She lives alone with lovely dog and a cat, a daughter and granddaughter in Auckland, and makes a living in witch-crafty things beyond my understanding. Comfortable. Nice house and room en suite. Landed on feet. We then grab a quick steak sandwich in a pub ten minutes down the road. In our rush to quit Thames we forgot the ATM and have only $30 to our name in cash. Apparently the pub will give us ...
... redescendus en prenant la cote ouest de la peninsule. C'est une route particulierement belle, etant tout pres de la mer, avec les collines de l'autre cote, pleins de ces arbres pohutukawa que j'aime tant. Le plus large que nous ayons vu jusqu'a present dans le pays est dans l'un des villages cotiers de cette peninsule, il doit etre bien vieux.