The Godley Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We rose at 8am and had bacon and eggs for breakfast. I repacked our bags and cleaned the room. And Richard packed the car. We ventured out to Franz Josef Glacier for a short morning stroll. The gorgeous path, lined with ferns and trees, lead to an information station before a stony trail to view a bajillion year old glacier! Photo ops at every turn …
... depot, then left!! I thought his bike shoes looked suss (thongs) - his excuse was that he had to watch some US football match on ESPN! Owen and Lara joined us at the Adventure South depot. Christchurch not considered an earthquake zone 22 feb 6.4 - got bounceback from the hills - the impact point was shallow - this is what caused the major damage Went past the cardboard cathedral, opposite the site of the CTI building where most of ...
... on the stream that looked so pleasant we decided to have a lazy day and spend the night there, with the intention of doing the pass as a day hike. Plans changed again that night. We only had a fly to sleep under, and the sandflies were very bad. Also, Liam’s feet had been acting up, and the weather so far had been clear blue and 29 C, so really too hot to be hiking in treeless valleys. So, plans changed again, and we decided to ...
... deter me from venturing out with Dave, our Tour Manager, and Mel, one of the other travellers in our group - we were only there until the next morning, so it was that day or not at all to take a short 1hr hike to Kea Point to see the glacier at the foot of Mt Cook. The little rain turned to harder rain, and the wind picked up too. Well that didn't stop the three of us. We trekked on. It was slow going walking into the wind and ...
... and Dad.
We left Kaikoura and on the way passed the busy racetrack next to the dock. It was chocka. I was kicking myself a bit for not researching properly as it would have been great to see the races and in retrospect we could have afforded an extra day. I was still pondering this when I saw the flashing blue lights in the rear mirror. This time it was a wee bit more than a slap on the wrist, I had been doing 68mph in a 60 zone. The fastest legal speed ...