Cable Court Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... sky as we woke up early to complete our drive to Milford Sound. We left ourselves plenty of time to make our 9:25am checking in time but a traumatic drive meant we were almost late! When driving our back cupboard, which is full of food, often flies open. It's never an issue as the tins, cans and jars just land on the bed. It was only when we started getting a whiff of pasta sauce did we fear the worst. We pulled over to find a jar of Pam's finest ...
... nothing too special despite dozens of Chinese tourists having pictures on them. The campsite we planned to stay at (Trotters Gorge) ended up being a field in the middle of a forest. The drive up to the campsite was eerie with lots of lorries containing logs (we were instantly thinking of the Final Destination scene) in a deforested area aligned with shooting areas. One sign even read 'please don't shoot my pig'! So after a brief walk ...
After a couple of weeks of bumbling through small towns in the south it was nice to arrive on the buzzing and busy Dunedin. The drive up and over the small mountain that seems to protect Dunedin from the rest of the South was quite something but Blondini smashed it like a trooper.
We decided not to stay in Dunedin at first and instead headed straight out on the Otago Peninsular to Portobello to stay the night, but with no time to waste we made our ...
... dark). At only $22 for the tour and a little bag filled with chocolate bars as you go it has to be one of the best value tourist things you can do. Once we had stuffed our faces we were well and truly ready to walk it off! We wandered around the town and headed for the octagon, Dunedin's version of town square. Here there were plenty of bars, pubs, restaurants and cafés to choose from. After our sweet fix ...
... from Birmingham bought a large Kiwi chocolate company that was going bust). It was an interesting tour and we got plenty of freebies to sample. After doing a quick food shop we hit the road once more and did a couple more hours driving to get us closer to our next destination (Te Anau, to then explore Milford Sound) We stopped overnight at a small town called Gore, a place where not much happens and people seem to live in their ...