Copthorne Hotel & Resort Solway Park, Wairarapa
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... 10.30 and we boarded easily with the camper and went to the passenger decks. We got a couple of breakfasts in the cafe (sausages were not nice and had cheese running through them! Bizarre). Then we went out onto the decks and took some photos and admired the views of Marlborough Sound. This part of the ferry ride is considered almost a scenic cruise. We then went in and debated on whether to watch the movie in the cinema or not. It had been billed on the website as ...
I’d had no exercise for the last few days (apart from finger flexing operating the camera shutter & beer glass lifting) so I went to a Hydrobics class with Sis at her local pool. It was great, an hour of exercise to music in/under the water while Hubby & B-in-Law did jobs at home. It was great to meet some of Sis’s friends although I think I may not have been looking at my best ...
... drive through quickly or amble about on foot. There is no middle speed in middle New Zealand.
An agent is outside the Real Estate, grinding cardboard into the recycling bin with a stiletto heel. She has sparkly rings, too much make-up, tacky sunglasses, drapey black clothes which hide her shape but not her size, and talks at a huge ...
... tomatoes, feijoa and heaven knows what else...these are very busy people!
What a character Allan was...with a very distinctive Scottish burr, he colored his descriptions of their work and daily lives with every second word being 'fook' (Yvette & David, it made me think of the movie 'Angel's Share' we saw with you!)...it was fookin' strawberries, pigs, greenhouses, overgrowth, ...
While in this area, we made a trip up to Castlepoint and its lighthouse. On the way we encountered a serious cattle crossing in progress, and were able to watch the working dogs in action. Our goal was to reach Castlepoint at low tide as there is a sizable cave to explore, but our one hour later arrival prevented us from being able to enter as the water was already to high. The entrance was guarded by an army of seals, and we encountered a few on the way ...