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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... had in mind. There were two entrances. One doorway was firmly shut and the other partially open. Suddenly a man appeared asking for money for the room. We must of appeared in shock and non responsive to these remarks to which he changed his tune saying perhaps you would like to put your bags down first. On walking through the partially open door we noticed a non functioning fireplace leant against the wall. We walked along a narrow corridor ...
... rainy, so our plans of biking to town to the farmer's market and to explore the sights of Nelson didn't work out...instead, we once again had to take the MH and find parking downtown; luckily, parking is inexpensive (one of the few things that IS here in NZ!), so we were able to do a walkabout of the market, the beautiful Anglican church with lovely stained glass windows built high on ...
... seeing tones of apples being dumped into the sea and countryside. When we visited, they were processing blackcurrants which arrive frozen and are loaded into a huge press. The juice is then filtered using ultra filtration to purify and separate the larger molecules out of the juice. To concentrate the juice it is boiled at a low temperature which is possible through the application of pressure. This process can also be done with ...
... proximity to Able Tasman NP as well as some lovely and fun beach communities. I am in a whole other part of NZ than I have seen before . The climate is warmer, drier, there are fruit orchards and vegetable stands everywhere. There are more people and the towns have some life to them. I drove out to Collingwood and Golden Bay today. This is a great drive that goes up and over the Takara hills. I came ...
... m still counting that as a win, it may be all I get. There was also the possibility of seeing killer whales but I'm glad we didn't, I wouldn't have felt safe in just a flimsy plastic kayak next to one. Everyone seems to like them but they're one of the few animals we actually call "killer." Nobody likes killer bees, do they?
Lizzy was nice to me in the evening and came with me to a fantastic pub where I once more got to be a beer nerd. Hooray.
That's enough out of me. ...