Summit Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... what it sounds like, except with carts and concrete). Luging won, and so we went. It was a flipping blast.
After all our daily excursions, and all of our mini adventures, we had finally hit the point of zero money. It was time to go home. But first we made sure to see our Scottish friends one last time. We then went on to buy our tickets, and make absolutely sure no one knew about our surprise arrival back to Canada. Our incredible pals from ...
... out onto a wide sunny fire trail. It was hot and I walked and walked until I finally decided I wasn't getting to a lake and decided to retrace my steps. Of course that's impossible for me so I ended up on yet another trail, very beautiful, but brought me out about 500m from my car. I had been out for about 3 hours and figure I covered 15km and an elevation of 550m - fortunately my legs weren't sore still, but they were a little weary! I got back into my car and saw a sign on ...
... now there’s another name that conjures up all kinds of lovely images and they were all realised within a few minutes of beginning the drive north of Thames. The countryside in this part of New Zealand is incredible - natural beauty all around and yet more stunning views on both coastlines. We arrived at our abode - Little Farm Cottages - at around 5pm, and what a great place we found. Really peaceful, great views from our deck and the sounds of sheep, goats and ...
... chocolates on our pillows and also atop our towels. I thought getting one chocolate was great but two? Mind blown! For a fee Maria would do our laundry so each of us loaded up huge back looking sheepish as we brought it to her...but we were just in geothermal sulphur central so our clothes were not so rosey smelling. We popped downtown for lunch before having a low key relaxing afternoon at the B&B followed by dinner near the ...
... they had finished the march, but I got some photos of the assembled teams, and Pete in his gear, with the flag and his sponsor on the shirt. Saw some of our croquet colleagues there, and after some drinks and nibbles headed off to town for the Gourmet Night Markets. After some agonisingly slow served mussels (very yummy to eat!) we head off to the Mount Brewhouse to join Steve and Julie Thornton for an ale ( or soft drink for Pete) and some ...