BEST WESTERN Clyde on Riccarton
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... astonishing menu, we opted to share the chocolate lovers experience between us - this started out with cocoa butter to massage into your hands and took us through a chocolate makers journey all washed down with lots of lovely tea. We then had another ************* on which truffles to buy to take home. Our hosts Tony & Rose came to meet us at the exchange house over drinks and we had a really interesting time talking to them especially about their experiences during the ...
... so I knew that today was going to be hot. Is amazing how the weather can just make you feel better. We ran from our hostel down through the town and onto the beach. The tide was in so we couldn't get too far down which meant we were running on pebbles. Is actually so hard to run n the pebbles not only do they give way under each step but unlike running on sand you have the risk of rolling over on your ankles too. Fortunately we were both OK and neither ...
We reached Christchurch a day earlier than expected. This gave us a great chance to catch Bosco out. Tara rang him at work and said that the washing machine was broken at home, leaking every where. Been the man of the house, he ran all the way from work to ensure his home would not become a private swimming pool. That sounds heroic, but when your work is 20 feet ...
... month. Although there have been many misty overcast days and even days of strong winds it has never been really cold before.
I saw the little rail siding called Frog Rock moments after we’d passed the interesting big rocky
outcrops. I didn’t realise they were connected until ...
... our way. With the music lined up, sarnies bought we were set up and ready to go. One of the things New Zealand doesn't seem to have too many of are Petrol stations and we were getting a bit low. So a quick detour and we hit the road. First stop was the Moeraki boulders. These are granite edifices that are perfect spheres, worn away by the tides, and look like giant children's marbles. We rather grudgingly paid the $2 each to access the beach, and ...