- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... machinery with a multitude of pigs wandering about. Of course I forced us to stop and as soon as we opened the car doors the pigs started running towards us. What were ten pigs soon became twenty, then thirty happily snorting away. As mom opened the back hatch of the Rav 4 to get an apple to feed the little porkers more and more pigs were arriving from both sides of the road we had pulled off. It was if they had made some secret announcement "Come on everybody ...
... service- perhaps weekends only? - so we set off up a considerable climb. Rod very reluctantly as he doesn't do walking just for walking sake! It was a jaunt along a fairly up and down path to the Bay which we found crowded and not really somewhere to linger. However having walked all that way I had to swim and spent a fun time being knocked over in the very rough surf and exploring the archway. Rod delighted in videoing me being bowled over in the waves. No chance of him getting wet ...
... Nelson harbour. Then we realised ferry booked for 7th, not 9th, but we made it to Picton in time along the lovely Queen Charlotte drive and had green-lipped mussels for brunch before boarding and a super crossing to Wellington.
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... ease stopped there - the poles were in, and that's as far as we understood the instructions. Nothing made sense and nothing worked, and by now the winds had changed so the tent was being blown around in all directions, and whilst Tom was running round trying to secure it, I was trying to hold on as best as I could to stop it disappearing into the creek.. The kind man next door in his villa style accommodation saw our struggles and came out to help us. ...
... him he was just sure that there was a cave under his land. Russ told him every man is sure he has a treasure beneath his land, but only the lucky ones find it. Well, Russ and his son found it. Both worked in caves and as Rangers so they knew how to work the land. Shortly, they stumbled upon their very own cave! With their knowledge and expertise, it only took them about 8 months to fully tunnel the cave and about another year until it was up ...