Explorer Motel & Apartments
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... ship's cat! The other lady was keen to be youthful, and I can tell for certain that her favourite colour was yellow (yes, I know you all know what my fave colour is but at least I don't dress head to toe in it - at least, not very often!). Anyway, they certainly stood out from the crowd and were having a good time, which is the main thing. Anyway, In this style we passed a wet afternoon - in between going out to take photos, which I think are some of the ...
... There is something nice about not having to set up a van whenever we stop. Just pull up and plug in. Too easy! We have camping chairs and table and BBQ built in. As I write his we are sipping champagne sitting outside van in Arrowtown surrounded by mountains on three sides coated with lush, green fir trees. We are sure that Graham would Love this as well and can picture he and Lynda travelling round the country side in it. ...
... them !) lol.Then onwards to arrive in Te Anua around 2:30. Te Anau is a lovely town , what hits you is that is it is by the 2nd largest lake in NZ by surface area but the largest lake in Volume in Australasia !! It has rain forest on one side and flat land on the other. What we can't get used to is that our lakes at home are full of boats , overflowing with boats but the lakes we've seen in South Island there ...
... cascades into the Sound from the mountain. The boat edged under the fall and we stood at the front getting covered in spray. The purity of the glacial spray is such that this is called "a glacial facial"! We laughed like little kids as the water poured down our waterproofs and off our noses. We docked at the Discovery Centre where we descended several flights of stairs into an underwater chamber to see coral and sea life below the waves. It was amazing to see ...
... flops...Some people shouldn't be allowed to breed. The start of the walk I spent with Eli and Elizabeth, mainly recapping the sky dive and chatting about what we all did back home, swapping stories and generally having a laugh. It was a gentle incline to the start of the mountain pass. With views that resembles Scotland in my eyes. The heather and gorse bush stretching deep into the valley. With a river lazily meandering it's way through the valley floor. As we reached ...