Bella Vista Motel Hokitika
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This is a chain of motels, we should take more often, because they are always well located and have a good price performance and everything is nice and tidy.
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Woke up on the sofa rather cold. Started doing the prep for the van and handover to Bob, I hope he can do the job. Loaded the car up with our cases and off we jolly well go. Traffic was light going over the hill and we found the hotel with no trouble at all. Went down to Riccerton mall for some last minute shopping and I'm now ready for a beer or two before evening ...
... we felt slightly under-dressed but soon took advantage of the Spa after our long drive. We have a super room with a veranda over looking the Shotover River Canyons and we can watch as the Shotover jet boats speed up the river with their screaming passengers. It looks great fun, but sadly I will desist from doing anything involved in shaking my head about as I think my brain is damaged enough! Wine tasting for me......
... to think I'd had enough of the dark Anyway finally we saw light, here we flowed on our own down the Nile River at one point going over some Rapids, boy was I bricking it! I'm 55 for gods sake and not at all adventurous! Anyway I got there with a little help from my new friends (Australian and German) Now we ditched the tubes and walked back to the train, here we left Mira our guide who was ...
We have a new found respect and empathy for those people who live in their cars. We've been doing that for three weeks now. We're doing it by choice, they usually are not. Its a four-door wagon, so its roomy enough. Still, there have been a couple times when our patience for it runs out and it no longer feels like an adventure. We save mountains of cash by sleeping in it and have freedom to go wherever 2wd cars can travel. We shower at motor ...
... to affect the flight too much.
While we were in the café, we saw the family we’d been chatting to yesterday in Wanaka – their motorhome had just broken down this morning not far back up the road and they were now in town for repairs, and with no clue as to how long it was going to take. So Mitchell got to play with his friends again.
After what seemed like forever, we were suddenly called up to go down to the take-off area in ...