High Street Living Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... whale watching but you have to book a sail about 3 months ahead of your visit! Then onto Rangiora for my first house exchange on the South Island, with my exchange hosts Jennie and Paul next door to house I had.
Rangiora is about an hour north of Christchurch and also was a victim to the earthquakes in September 2010 and February 2011, so lots of open sites in the town centre waiting for planning agreement. The town sits in ...
... helped himself to an apple from the fruit bowl by spearing it with its beak! It then waddled away with the weight of the apple being a bit of a hindrance, very funny. They are such naughty birds, they nearly managed to get away with another camper,s fresh catch of the day!
We planned the next day's walk and had a lovely steak supper, unfortunately we ran out of gas but thank goodness could fall back on our mini camping single ring, while watching ...
... although you do share it with gangs of New Zealand fur seals. Lazing amongst the rocks we have both nearly stepped on one at some stage! 200 kg of blubber can move surprisingly fast when it needs too! After we'd had our full of the beach we headed inland slightly and came across a quirky caravan-cum-museum sat by the roadside. 'The lost gypsy curios' is an eclectic collection of miniature (and some giant) mechanical contraptions ...
... which was overwhelmed with customers waiting to pick up or return their rented camper. Renting campers in New Zealand is huge. It is apparently a favorite way to travel about New Zealand. With this in mind, we contracted with Apollo several months ago to relocate a two person camper van from Christchurch to Auckland. We were about to get a taste of "camping" New Zealand style.
After a couple of hours, we were ready to drive away with our 7 meter long diesel ...
As if to confirm that my necklace is indeed the source of good luck, things changed once I had taken it off for the night!
The wind pounded and rocked the camper like we had never experienced before. Besides waking us up during the night it was also causing concern that if it blew over we may be too close to the river! So I get up to move the camper, to face it into the wind and away from the river bank slightly. Facing the ...