Heartland Hotel Cotswold
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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It feels like the holiday is coming to an end now as the pace has seriously slowed. This morning we are heading back to our last stop in Christchurch but first spending a few hours in the little seaside town of Akaroa which is 75 kms from Christchurch. A few of our group went on a dolphin watching boat trip but mostly, we were all "cruised out" and …
Today we had the luxury of having breakfast in our room and not having to leave until 10:00. There were a couple of hours to kill in the souvenir shops of Kaikoura until it was time for the whale-watching cruise. The weather was very kind as we had a beautiful sunny day. The cruise on the day before had been cancelled because the sea swell was too …
... too much of a scaredy cat to jump .. Throw me off a plane anyday! Milford sound cruise was amazing, despite it being extremely wet & foggy. It probably made it even better as there was plenty of waterfalls and the pictures came out amazing! Oh and a cooked buffet breakfast was well worth the $50! Can't believe we are actually going ...
Had planned to stay for dinner and booked into the Cabbage Tree restaurant. Had breakfast there instead of dinner. Paged through the menu which also had 25 desserts listed…. Wow!!!. We took a quick trip down to Bluff as we probably won’t be down that way again – the weather remained unkind and very cold. So, we took the obligatory photos, not even taking off our helmets and headed back to Invercargill.
It would have been good to go back to ...
... our walk along the waterfront towards the pier. Following the little pictures of Dory (the blue and yellow fish from the film Nemo) we headed down the pier, passing dolphin tours, gift shops and a fish monger. At the end of the pier was a jewellery shop, selling beautiful blue pearls set in stunning jewellery. I learned all about how the blue pearl was cultivated using the New Zealand Paua (a marine sea snail). The blue pearls are made up of thousands of layers of nacre ...