Fitzherbert Court Motel
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... they had gone to the Coachella concert. Gareth and Liam met up with some of their mates they went through Europe with a couple of years ago and they headed to Mexico and Cuba. Gareth then surprised us and arrived here in Christchurch this week, for a week before going back to Perth. Liam is still in Cuba and I think he is due to arrive in Perth about the same time Gareth gets back. As usual they had a fantastic trip with many memories.
We decided to head off ...
... It was a cute little beach town, with a peaceful town centre and for some reason we both really liked it. We found a camp site for the night as we both in desperate need of a hair wash and my beloved camera needed some juice. Then we headed for a stroll down to the beach, which although had black sand and was covered with driftwood washed ashore by the rough waves, it was a beautiful, relaxing place to watch the sunset, have a throwing competition and practice ...
... and it turned out we didn't have to worry because the driver had locked the bus and disappeared! It is always the way! We made another pit stop in a town called Hokitika to take a look in a gemstone factory. It was interesting to look around but it was only a quick stop and we were soon on the bus paying for the accommodation for tonight. Tonight we were in for a treat of they had no kitchen facilities so for fifty dollars each we were paying for a bed in ...
... br> it was bad it wouldn’t have to last very long. So I gave it a try, and needless
to say it really is a regular twin bed, with bed frame and headboard, inside a
giant, 6 person tent in her garage. But it’s actually the most awesome thing
ever! I get to “camp out” in a tent but sleep in a real bed, and it’s so cozy!
Quite possibly my favorite sleeping arrangements so far.
So here in Hokitika, things have been ...
... As you look out from the viewpoint towards the Tasman Sea you realise that the next stop is Antarctic. Here we encountered the sand flies, which bite you and leave little blood marks, so we didn't daly too long on the beach at Ships Creek! The area is thickly covered in forest as we arrived at Haast for a lunchtime stop at the one and only café in the tiny community. Suddenly the heavens opened whilst we were eating ...