Beaches Motor Inn
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Sunday 25 and Monday 26 January Like most of our other trips we did plan to do a lot of training. This didn't quite pan out although we did do some, a couple of trips to Fremantle and a long ride to Baldivis and back (100 km) and regular longer rides to work. Packing for the trip was a bit of a last minute process as well, and we have really managed to get our packing down - Tina will ride with two back panniers and Dave ( who freely refers to himself as the packhorse) will ...
... A lovely unkept style of multicoloured, yet layered, rasta dreadlocks. No-one had eyes for anyone else's hair problems other than the driver's. There was no doubting that the individual involved lived an alternative lifestyle in every sense of the word. It was a pity Bruce was no longer with us as the bus contained many prospective female paddlers who complied with Bruce's single requirement - their age had to exceed his daughter's. Not that hard to find backpackers ...
... cultivatable Land-stripes next to the River. From heading south Westport the road hugs the coastline with nice untouched Beaches and for 100 km there are only a few small Farms until you reach Graymouth via Hwy # 6 which has an large Brewery which turned out to be a nice watering hole before finding a place to stay overnight. After waiting for an hour I finally asked the waitress if she forgot about my Dinner ...
On the 7th of July finally the journey down South has begun! Together with Wout and Ko and my baby girl, we travelled for almost three weeks through stunning South Island…it was honestly amazing! Despite the cold and wet weather sometimes, especially at the West Coast,we had a great time. Sleeping in the most diverse hostels and holiday parks (Cabins where we had to cook on stoves without pots and pans), cooking the ...
We then drive on to our accommodation in Franz Josef, a resort offering motel rooms and bunk room accommodation for backpackers, camper van sites and camping for the foolhardy. At 3 pm the power goes down and stays down. We hear that Fox and Franz Josef are cut off by fallen trees north and south on the only road through and we are therefore isolated. The town has by this time filled with people for the Easter weekend. There's ...