Beaches Motor Inn
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When everyone else had finished their designs I had pretty much just drawn an oval on the piece of paper!
Fearing I may fall behind Stephan suggested I just went with it and worry about the detail after I had made the main shape. So, each armed with a piece of cow bone, and suitably trained on the equipment we set about cutting out the shapes of our pieces. There was a variety of designs, in addition to Kirsty's ...
... following morning we excitedly rose to a glorious spring day and drove to a nearby airfield to do a skydive from 9000ft. Rather frustratingly for Dave, Sara was not anxious in the slightest and he could not read her poker face. We all got kitted up in the various gear and you get crammed into a light plane and strapped to an instructor. From 9000ft you get around 15minutes in the plane, 20-25 seconds free fall and 3-5 minutes with the parachute open. ...
We packed. Called the children to make sure they enjoyed their motherless day. We cleaned our room and continued on our journey. We stopped in at a servo cafe. Whilst enjoying our meal of frittata. Two hwy crew came in for a bite. I took this opportunity to get some photos of George on their cars! Drove to Blenheim and found the Moa brewery. Our reason for doing the ...
... here have a hobby of placing small rocks in the wet sand at low tide arranged to spell out a message; we could see many initials, hearts, sayings and love messages visible only at low tide. We stopped for some coffee and tea and wifi at Starbucks. As we mentioned just about everything, except the restaurants, closes at 5:30. So after closing down Starbucks we are off to find a dinner spot. We almost went back to ...
... We parked at the local aerodrome to have lunch and watched the skydivers throwing themselves out of tiny aeroplanes. I just don't get it.
Kaiteretere Beach was our next stop - such golden sand! This is a major hopping off point for cruises up to the Abel Tasman National Park, so was quite busy and a great people-watching spot. The sun was going down, so we carried on to Marahau and we are in the camping ...