Tresco Blenheim B&B
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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... I just doesn't come natural to kiwis - road tolls and plenty of them - beggars, so sad to see so many beggars in the streets. - the different languages, with so many countries we just couldn't learn enough, as we would have loved to be able to speak more with local people. - rubbish in the streets (mainly Spain and parts of Italy) - smokers, a lot of people smoke in Europe and sitting outside when dining you always seem to get ...
... sweet and red – which grow in abundance in certain areas. We did have to fight the big New Zealand wood pigeon or Keruru for those but think it was about equal shares in the end....
Luckily we had passed through Fairlie on our way to our friends, and at Fairlie Bakehouse
www.liebers.co.nz) you can buy, in our humble opinion, the best pies in New Zealand. It was
after 4.00 pm when we got there and yet there was still a queue for the rapidly ...
... began to fall.
It seemed I had unwittingly entered the realm of 'The Rats Tail' tribes of men, for fathers and sons alike sported this ghastly hair cut with pride. I confess comrades that over the years I have sported some terrible haircuts, but never before have I visited a place where Rats Tails were fashionable. I like a ponytail as much as the next man, but this doesn't fall into that category.
A rats tail is basically a wisp of hair stuck onto the back of ...
... is very fertile farmland. We arrive to the Waimakariri River just by the Gorge bridge and get into the 2 jet boats. Our red one bottomed out at first and Tim and a few other men jumped overboard to pull it off the bottom. The water is not very deep and we zip down the river at high speeds making very sharp curves all the way down to Woodstock Station. It was scary at times but very exciting! After we landed, we get into the tussock buggies, off road vehicles to begin ...
... camper and low hanging branches of a tree, so we asked if we could move. This they were happy for us to do and we moved two pitches where there were no trees to worry about.
The evening meal was only a short walk away, just across the road from the site entrance. During the meal we watched some of the World Darts from Alexandra Palace.
Sorry folks, slight cock up on the photography front, neither of us took any photos at ...