Avenue Motel

119 Centennial Avenue & 81 Killarney Street, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 119 Centennial Avenue & 81 Killarney Street, South Island.
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A cable and pulley, the new bungy..

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Oct 10, 2014

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... our last opportunity to do so before reaching Auckland in the North. The Queenstown premises of the rental company were very nice and modern, and the staff actually very helpful. Kirsty confessed to them that she had broken a wine glass (the less said about that the better!) and whether we could purchased another one. They wouldn't take any money and just gave us a new replacement one. The lady actually brought out 3 wine glasses to ...

Day 128 - Weather Problems

A travel blog entry by costin on Feb 04, 2014

... ad we were now booked onto the 12.45 tour, though the mist didn't really look too much like it would clear. We were starting to get a bit dejected with all the waiting about and disappointment, but a call from home soon changed that. We got a call from a very excitable Emma telling us that she had a new baby sister - Alice Elizabeth Norman.

We hung around for a bit, but we weren't ...

New Zealand

A travel blog entry by jackcondron on Jan 28, 2014

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... than the Chinese food at home.

Next was an action packed day, we had booked the Skydive for early in the morning and intended to do the bungee in the afternoon. It all started well with a bacon, egg and cheese roll before heading out to the Skydive place, I wasn't to nervous and just went with the flow, it was a great help that once in the aeroplane you didn't get much choice as guy I was attached was going regardless. It was a great experience, all the way from ...

NZ South Island - Sweet Backyard

A travel blog entry by eddieandlaura on Jan 03, 2014

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... had got on quickly and taken all the good spots. We found a couple of small chairs and decided to try and crash on them. The only issue was, the
Cook Strait and Picton/Nelson were being battered by a bad storm so we were lucky the ferry went at all. Or were we? Once we found our sleeping spot, we tried to sleep straight away but as the ferry was moving SO MUCH, we kept on falling off our make shift beds. Onto the
floor it was, and ...

Day Thirteen

A travel blog entry by pattianddickie on Oct 15, 2013

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A sunny start to the day at Oamaru - the Brydone hotel which was established by Thomas Brydone who was a very good chap in these parts! A walk along the Main Street enlightened us to the history of this successful small port - largely due to sheep (meat and wool trade) in Victorian times. A visit to Totara was a delightful education about how the first frozen lamb was shipped to England - in 1882 ...

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