Fitzherbert Court Motel
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... the Tasman sea - I can hear it but not see it as I type this message.....
Arthurs' Pass is a very small town and the highest altitude town (924m) in NZ- There is not much here, a store, a couple of motels and one restaurant- the best restaurant just closed a few months ago.....the town store includes a small cafe as well as the "bottle store" our LCBO- it is housed in a closet type side area of the store... But the town also offers an incredible 360 degrees views of ...
Early get up from Amross hotel, transfer to the train station where we boarded the great scenic alpine train to Greymouth at 7. We were seated on the front carriage. Eggs Benedictine for breaky. Travelled through the plains of Canterbury, stopping in Springfield to start our climb to Arthur's pass in the middle of the Alps. At Arthur's place we had to change on to a bus ...
Today we left the north coast and drove a bit south, then over to the West Coast. In addition to driving on the 'other side' (Kiwis tell you to "stay left and look right, and you'll be alright") and traffic circles galore (which turned out to be great, really), we came across numerous one-lane bridges on winding mountain roads. Lynn insists that I add that they were TINY and LONG one-lane bridges with ...
... months. Of course here Autumn is just commencing and the sheep will be brought down from the summer pastures soon.
We're now at Hokitika which is the town featured in the latest Booker prize winner, The Luminaires which I (Alan) read recently. It was a gold rush town and a fascinating harbour entrance where many ships foundered in 1865 and other years around then, at one stage a ship was wrecked every 10 weeks, which ...
I drove to Punakaiki this morning and we parked up to look at the Pancake rocks as the girls hadn't seen them before. It was a much better day than when I came last time but the waves were still pretty strong so we saw the full force of them being pushed through the holes in the cliff creating spouts of water here and there, cool as. Hartley booked herself in for some bone-carving at Hokitika for the next day so we set off the look for somewhere to camp close by.