Gables Motor Lodge
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Our plan was slightly flawed as it started raining almost immediately. The walk was abandoned (not least because the idea of it was to check out the now non-existent views). We headed into town instead but couldn’t find much to entertain us. The freezing wind and drizzle pushed us into a coffee shop where we settled for lunch. We then got a few supplies from the shops and admired an incredibly cheap 1.8 metre teddy. Mike was besotted but agreed it probably ...
... dead gorgeous. Even the cows, sheep and horses stand and eat in picture perfect pastures. We drove along the coast today much of they time with ferocious looking waves on one side and glacier type mountains on the other. We found a small lake to lunch beside while Caleb worked at befriending the local birds. One of the surprises of the day was coming across the town of Hokitika, which had three streets in a T ...
... planet', Karamau. In the two hours it took to get there we saw no more than 5 cars. When we arrived there was several cars in the car park which reassured us! We wasn't sure if this was the place recommended to us or not, but we set off in hope we would find the red river and the caves! 40 minutes into the forrest we saw a sign for the caves, a further hour away!!! And warning signs that we should only enter with safety helmets, bright torches and appropriate footwear ...
... late afternoon there. We were jumping from the ledge and mucking around in the lake.
Me and Briony also got to try our hand at Jade carving. I decided to make a necklace for mum for Mother's Day. The bit of Jade that I chose had a small bit at the bottom which got cut off, I asked the guy if I could have the bit at the bottom and use it as a necklace for me which he said yes. So I ...
... of a sudden we just turned in and there were these 2 like holiday houses. 8 of us girls were in one and then then guys and a few of the girls in the other. We followed one of the trails around the coast to see some of the most famous rocks in NZ. They were called pancake rocks and they legit looked like pancakes. Lots of sedimentary layers built up and then came up through the sea in little islands. Quite cool. ...