The Peppertree Luxury Accommodation
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... so saw stuff with Falcons and checked out two that were unable to fly cause of accident. We ended up with some special wine for the celebration bit for the old girl, namely me, and will enjoy that possibly with crayfish tomorrow.
And lamb shanks go with anything specially Marlborough Sav Blanc although we did buy Sav Gris so will have lamb shanks if I could find them but we are going for Thai - doubt they have them, buga.
So for today ...
... newbies but I think they just about survived it. It was another tough day on the road again today. We had a 3 and a half hr ferry journey to begin with and I found the crossing particularly rough. I dont often travel by ferry and it is by far my least favourite way because it makes me so travel sick. Thankfully I was on the water for most of last night in anticipation for it. After a quick power nap I was ready to face the long bus journey ahead. I was DJ ...
... couples, several German ones, and a Kiwi couple.
After dinner we talked for at least an hour with a younger German couple. She was actually from Siberia originally but got the hell out of dodge and moved to Germany to become a doctor. I mentioned that we went to St. Petersberg for a few days and said that we noticed the Russians don't smile. She agreed and said "We're a nation of suffering." It was ...
... up the stunning scenery. When we arrived I made my way to the car hire place while Alison waited for the luggage good call especially as when we left it was a very long queue. The car was a Ford Focus and automatic but a good drive.
Once we got to Blenheim we found the hotel which used to be a public trust building so the walls were really thick. Tony the manger got our cases up those stairs ...
We were back on the bus in the morning to go to the ferry port. The ferry crossing took around 3.5 hours. We spent our time mainly playing cards and eating bacon sandwiches. Once on the bus again Fin got up on the mic and we all sang James happy birthday. Plus Fin's request for "everybody to put their hands in the air for no reason.......jokes" (had to be there) but it was very funny! We settled in to our room and played pool and got ready for the long day ahead of us in the ...