Gables Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Stayed in Greymouth, which isn't as bad as it sounds, had a relaxing few days, making a habit of this. The highlight was a visit to Pancake Rocks and the blow holes, the most amazing and mesmerising place, can't describe it you will just have to visit.
On to Franz Josef Glacier, wet cloudy and grey but a nice walk on the beach and great views …
... pots, he doesn't just go and buy clay but makes his own sourcing it from suitable locations in the landscape and sieves, presses, soaks and pugs his clay. He then makes beautiful stoneware pots. Awesome! Barbara is a wonderful textile artist and she has 1 shed. I can see where Caroline gets her artist genes from!
The following day we went to visit the Brunner Coal Mine, which became a colonial outpost of Britain's ...
... our cases and rucksacks and headed for the taxi the lady in the station visitors desk had very kindly offered to phone for us . We had arrived in Greymouth. The taxi duly arrived and a man like your grandad got out of the taxi and tried to put our cases in the back Steve stopped him for fear he would have a heart attack and did it himself . We were driven very sedately to our motel over the enormous flood defences recently built to protect greymouth from the ...
... Back down to the bus and then a hot shower, over a cup of tea/ coffee we listened to the Charleston Banjoe girls. Onward now to Hokitika. Not before we stopped at Pancake Rocks, which was amazing. And Greymouth to fill up on diesel and food at the supermarket. We pitched up in Shining Star Beachfront Accommodation. Walked to watch the sun go down and had a quick drink in s local bar. A fantastic day ...
... helped keep us cool. After a few hours of skirting around windfalls, and hoping over a few missed spots, we made it to treeline, and took a welcomed break. From there it was a meandering ridge walk over to a few scree slopes, from where we could see the top of Angelus hut down in the basin. The track down to the hut was very quick, and went over lots of snow covered terrain. Liam was wishing for his skis. Once we arrived we realized that Lake Angelus was ...