ASURE Chelsea Gateway Motor Lodge
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... on three sides. More tentative rock perching and peering allows
you to see partly down into the pit below, however the view is limited as the
sheer scale of the environment limits the possible view down. The photographs
just won’t do this place justice!
Today we had planned to do a fair bit of driving in order to
head south so we soon set off, making a stop off at Hope Saddle (rather
appropriate) to take some obligatory photos ...
... This is where the famous photograph was taken of people jumping into the lake off of the pontoon, which is used a lot for Kiwi Experience advertising. We took a closer look in the water and saw that under the pontoon were absolutely loads of eels! They were huge! Determined to do what we had come here to do we all lined up, held hands and jumped into the freezing cold, eel filled, crystal clear waters. Everyone ...
One of the main things I wanted to gain from my trip around the world was PERSPECTIVE. I reckon most of us are guilty of lacking in this sometimes. In what I call my Sheffield Bubble, I've been known to be in a grump for days when I've smashed the screen on my phone. I've lost sleep over making a small mistake in an article for work and I've had a minor panic attack when the scales have told me I've gained a couple of pounds. South America was the slap in ...
... scrabbling up the rocks!) when we got to the top is was slightly disappointing not to have a view as the cloud had come over but we were pleased we all made it and ate our sandwiches at the top of the volcano (did we mention it's also active?!). Then came the real challenge...getting down. We thought there may be a different route but instead it was a case of scraping and scrabbling back down the rocks and sand whilst trying not to fall and break something. Some people were flying ...
Left Hokitika and continued our travels towards Greymouth. On the way we went to the Pancake Rocks and Blowholes. The rocks are called pancakes - cause thats what they look like - stacks of pancakes. The blowholes were fantasitc - and if you stood too close to the railings - when the waves came crashing in - you could feel the spray on your face.
We continued on our way up the coast and saw a seal ...