Belmont Motor Inn
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... Georgia had a cocktail (Gin & hibiscus Collins then a G&T) whilst I had a really nice Argentinian Malbec for $10. We had dinner finally back at the campsite. I was in dire need of food and had a can of tuna with some ACV and celery to use as a spoon. Georgia cooked a tasty dinner of free-range chicken thigh (chopped into strips), aubergine, brocolli and fermented brown rice garlic stirfry. It was ...
... a while to check in as there was no one at the reception for ages! Check in to our room then went and had showers. Ari’s friend was picking us up at 7 so had to be quick.
Ari’s friend Jordan picked us up about 7pm and took us to her flat. She’d made burritos for us, which were amazing. We spent a while there, then she took us for a driving tour of Christchurch. First thing we got to see were the prostitutes down Manchester street of ...
... very well set up (most of the time) The beaches and lakes have the cleanest water. Short shorts with half your **** cheek hanging out is the national dress for any female under 30. Sand flies are a bloody nuisance EVERYWHERE you go! Fuel is very cheap. Proper Maori tribespeople are few and far between. (But are the nicest people when you do meet them) Hitch hikers need to learn to take a shower and look presentable before sticking out a thumb!! p.s Sending out the only girl in ...
... across some areas where it has been cleared and new trees planted. The road then winds its way through a number of National Parks with deciduous woodland. With the sun shining through the trees dappling the road. Did I mention that it was very sunny today and reached 31C with the car a/c working overtime. When you leave the woods the countryside opens out into real Lord Of The Rings country with wide river beds with ...
The other plus for those catching planes is that the Centre has a number of lockers for hire at a reasonable price ($3.50 for 3 hours) which means you can look around without worrying about your luggage.
Afterwards we went to the Airport and caught the plane to Queenstown - Courtney was lucky enough to get a window seat again. More about Queenstown in the next installment.