Akaroa Dolphin Backpackers
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The woman that owns this place is very friendly and so helpful. We got treated to an upgrade to the big double room. It was huge and included a sofa and TV area. The other rooms also looked good and we noticed them cleaning every morning.
The kitchen is pretty small and basic, but then again the hostel itself can't accommodate many, so it's probably never too busy.
Loved our stay here.
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... in town (parking not too much of an issue, giving the empty spaces where buildings once stood).
Then we wandered around the Re:START Mall, made up of shipping containers providing a temporary space for shops during the rebuild, and had ourselves a yummy souvlaki lunch. Lotte had a panini. Then we basically ambled around town seeing both ruin and build, empty spaces and 'gap filler' projects to fill them with. And many cranes and traffic cones. And ...
... of course made a few purchases. We lunched on our cheese and french stick in the bay and could've almost been in France for a moment. We headed for our campsite and chilled out for a while and then took a walk early evening along the esplanade, we stopped for fish and chips - delish. Watched the sun go down over a bottle of ...
... to get some pictures with our economics class, because that was our favorite class, and also of the glorious breakfast bun. It was an awesome day to cap off our time at College.
After school, we took a journey to Lyttleton to see where Mr. and Mrs. Stark work. Mr. Stark’s father founded Stark Brothers. in 1963 as a small time shipping company. They now repair large ships ...
... a final tussle over who was right, Garmin or Douglas, thankfully we followed D's instincts and got there on time...Garmin would have led us 30 km to the north!) and said goodbye to our faithful, beloved motorhome, who served us well! Ian drove us to the airport and 27 hours of travel later, here we are, back in Victoria! We were SO fortunate that Keely was at a meeting in Vancouver, so she picked ...
... car market a bit to see what we can buy in 6 weeks ... chances will be high that we get the "dream car" ;-) yes ... its the dream car of kai (but I know katharina will also like it) it will be the Toyota Land Cruiser Troopcarrier ... a nice old 4WD yeah ;-) the one and only competitor against my own car...the Land Rover Defender (greetings to Hamburg City). So please press thumbs that this dream will come true. On the first days we already vitited the ...