Aspen on King
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Microwave in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pair of jeans and a pair of joggers for the equivalent of just under £6! Bargain! I chilled out in the garden for a bit when I got home and did some washing. Matt and Courtney had a new carpet fitted today and when Courtney got home from work we moved all the furniture back into the lounge. This evening I went with Courtney to her running club. Why I thought this ...
... scruffy pup! It was so great to sleep in an actual bed for one night, not that our camper bed in Juicy Lucy isn't comfortable... it actually wasn't bad at all, but there were just too many elbowing and arms-in-face moments for us in that tight space! It was great to be able to step out of bed in the morning and have loads of space to get changed and dance about... I missed dancing about whilst getting changed! I mean who wouldn't miss that? We ...
... Cali, but one is from India and the Other originally from Connecticut. They had just ended a 87 day walk from the northern tip of the North island (Cape Reinga) to the Southern most tip of the South Island (Stewart Island). I admired their journey and picked their brain a bit. They did the entire walk in sandals Dan had made them and their tale will become a short film they are making. The two also made the front page of ...
... Kim was doing. Chris then sold a car and brought a trailer for his ute within an hour and off we went up to Christchurch (2 hours ish) to pick it up and then back again......rather eventful day I must say. Friday Kim came home with baby axel and we went off to his workshop to tidy it up, prep the van some more and just general bits of work, nothing much really happened. Saturday and Sunday we spent most the days getting the engine ...
... Outside the cathedral one individual is telling the snap takers (including us) that we are not wanted, don't belong and should leave them in peace. You can see his point, but I disagree. If you don't bear witness, you cannot really comprehend what people had to endure, and in any case, if the tourist dollars did not come in, it could only have a detrimental impact on local employment.
Meanwhile most locals are ...