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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... stripe, in the middle. I made Moshe stop the car and tried to take a picture, but they fled. I managed to take it anyhow but still wonder if it was natural or they were wearing something for who knows what purpose. I attach the pictures I took so you be the judge.. Are they naturally striped???
In the upper elevations, we saw occasionally horses grazing close to the farms and they were wearing horse jackets.. I am not kidding. I guess it ...
... there are salmon as well as rainbow and brown trout in this river.
Within 20km of this gorge lies the Cropp River. This is the wetest ( most wet) location in NZ- 12 meters of rain are recorded annually, the record was 18.8 meters.......This is due to the fact that this location is too low to have any of the precipitation as snow like on the glaciers.
So off we are to see the glaciers.
Cheers for now, enjoy yourself it is later than you think
Rip & MF
The next morning we prepared to leave and luckily for us the weather looked like it was about to turn horrible again so best to get out before we became trapped again. The bus left on time in the morning and our first stop was Bushman Petes Cafe. Not my favourite place to stop as he also known as Possum Pete as he kills possums. The evidence was spread around the cafe with fur on all the seats and dead possums and other animals mounted on the walls. There was also a ...
... limestone layers, covered in mudstone, that have been weathered by water erosion into what look like piles of thick black pancakes. There was also surge pools and other sculpted rocks that were fascinating, a very lovely walk!
Further down the coast, the port town of Greymouth, where we decided to stay for a couple of days, due to laundry overload and the desire to have ...
... while, it was strange because usually around here slow moving vehicles like tractors and slow lorries pull in every so often and let everyone past. We saw the sign for the eel place, bugger me everyone was turning into there, good job we didn’t want to go and stroke some eels, there wouldn’t be enough to go around. All the cars continued to turn in, as we got closer we saw another sign, Cemetery, Oh.
We finally got to Farewell Spit, we both gobbed on the beach, waved goodbye, then drove back home.