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... s meal. I made pesto pasta (brown pasta) with spinach, roasted tomatoes with balsamic vinegar and chorizo and I must admit it was so super yummy. After my measly lunch it was so satisfying having a chunky, stocky dinner. And now for another night on my lonesome with Daisy out! Nothing decent on TV so I might read my book - oh gosh I sound so boring. I feel like an old grandma. Maybe I'll put a film on or something or just go insane with lack of things to do! Ero Tergum ...
... Naturally I asked. Once she had regained a sensible state she told me. A car had pulled up and a lady came out and walked to the front door, Daisy obviously got up to get the front door but before she could get there the lady had waltzed on in proclaiming that Daisy was "LOOKING GOOD". As she pushed the door open the other lady was shocked and embarrassed and asked who Daisy was, she said that she lived here and asked who she was. All the while a larger woman came ...
... it was CrossFit day. I was dreading it a bit at first but then just put a brave face on and bite the bullet. We did more lifts again today power press and from squats and all sorts. I'm really giving the instructor grey hairs with my difficultness. He had to send everyone off to get some water while he helped me do it. He didn't realise I was lifting the man bar which was quite heavy to keep pressing up so he gave me the girls one. Eventually ...
... back to town wasn't pleasant either, the steps that led back to town from the beginning of the hill track were so steep and there were no rails and I thought I was going to fall and completely tumble down, but I didn't. Starving hungry, as we did all that on a simple bowl of porridge and an apple, we came home and made an early dinner. There's still some cheesecake left so no doubt we will help ourselves to some more calories that we earned today. Ero Tergum ...
We have now arrived on the west coast of the south island. We were told by a girl in the bungy place that it looks like Jurassic Park and we can definitely see what she meant. What we've seen so far has been lovely, beautiful beaches with these old, tall, very wild looking trees that could definitely be hiding a T-Rex! We're parked up at a lovely DOC campsite called Ottos just outside Franz Josef and a Kea (Alpine parrot) has just pecked a ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking