Acacia Lodge Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... NZ and Union flags are flown beneath the current NZ flag. The original governor's house and a Maori house built 100 years later to represent all the tribes sit opposite each other to signify continuing dialogue as the treaty has had its ups and downs over the years. There is also the worlds largest war canoe which became an HMS when the Queen had a ride in it! After that it was a mad dash ...
... morning, as we travelled into the small town of Havelock we stumbled across the regions annual Mussel Festival - never ones to miss out on a local event we spent the afternoon enjoying some local music and cuisine, we even watched a new World Record being set for mussel shucking! Sunday saw us complete our full loop of the South Island as we spent our final night at the same campsite, just outside of Picton, that we stayed at 6 months ...
... to clear.
There are over 100 sites here beside the bay so no-one is nearby. The 5th wheeler and bus from Rarawa are tucked in here but in another part of the camp away from where we are.
Ros’ biscuit making today was a success so walnut/cranberry bikkies are in the tins. We don’t starve!
Tea = Stir-fried ...
... a kind of amber.the wood shop had all sorts of tables, furniture, art pieces, etc
Nice drive back. today we purchased gasoline for the first time here. Paid about $6 US/gallon (it was NZ$1.99/L)
Dinner was take away fish and chips on the balcony. Great place we stayed in. hate to leave. The sound of the surf as we sleep is great. Nice to be just steps ...
... were told. Spectacular views to Spirits Bay, the most northerly point in New Zealand, and of the Cape Maria Van Dieman. The Lighthouse provided more good photo opportunities.
The coach then took us down the East side to Hourora, where we had a fish and chips lunch at the Game Fishing Centre.
After lunch we carried on to the Ancient Kauri Kingdom for tea and cakes and a marvel at the lovely ...