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... I did find a movie theatre showing "The Martian" at exactly the right time to let us (Cathy) get warm. The theatre was terrific. Seated maybe 40 people, each in a huge, comfy chair with wide armrests. Popcorn, heat, and a good (decent) movie moved some way towards helping Cathy feel better.
We returned to the park and hung out in the TV room until bedtime...snuggling in very cozy like, to put the cold wet day behind us.
... so we did manage one today. We continued to Westport although only stayed for coffee and a look at the sea, it was too soon to stay the night. We booked into a unique hostel called Global Village, we bumped into a couple we saw at last nights hostel. We were walking along in Rianga last week when we met a couple of guys from Fiji ... And yesterday we met Alice who ...
... on to the holiday park at Greymouth. I understand that normally Greymouth lives up to its name, but I can tell you that today it looks gorgeous, with the sun shining on the sea and tantalising glimpses of huge snow covered mountains in the distance further south.
We parked up and Alanna is just cooking up Fajitas for tea. A very special day!
... an "if it works out, we’ll take it" option. This bit us when we departed Hawaii, as New Zealand will not let you on a plane without a ticket out of the country. We awkwardly were moved aside and given a phone with a direct line to NZ Air central where bought two tickets out, on a random date to a random place – the type that we can change when we are ready to leave New Zealand.
Today John and I began our drive to the West coast. Rather than taking the main route we followed a pretty minor route through farms, orchards and wineries. We stopped at Tapawera for coffee, this was a very quiet former rail town. There was some interesting information about 10 women who staged a sit-down protest in 1955 against the closure of the railway unfortunately they were arrested and fined and the closure went ahead. We then joined the main ...