High Street Living Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... go down. It was so warm we did not even get out of our shorts, there seemed to be no bugs. We were not bitten the whole time we were there!
The following day we drove to the saddle and walked the Queen Charlotte track to Eatwell Lookout, for lunch!! It was a steady climb, not difficult, except the last little bit, To a 360 degree view of the sounds. We had lunch with a lovely young French couple! The walk was 12 km round trip and it went really well!
... Muschel zu probieren. Genießen konnte er die Köstlichkeit allerdings nicht so ganz... Als typische Stadtkinder haben wir bei unserem kleinen Ausflug natürlich nicht im Auge gehabt, dass Flut war und somit mussten wir auf dem Weg zurück zum Campingplatz ein wenig über Steine klettern und unter Sträucher krauchen um es heil zurück zu schaffen.
Für den nächsten Tag haben wir eine Fahrt auf dem Postboot im Pelorus Sound gebucht. Weit weg von ...
... up the west coast and across the top of the South Island. The pictures are too darn cute! As we bade farewell to the East Coast we also said our last goodbye to a middle aged Spanish couple who we had run into a fluky number of times during our pursuit for penguins. The silver haired Carlos was essentially the older male version of me getting extremely over excited, getting far too close to the penguins and taking hundreds of photos. One run in took place on a mountain ...
... Anyway luckily it's not 1940, she was not SS, and I'm not a British spy so I was never in any real danger (don't worry, Mum!). She had hired a car and was collecting it in Picton where the ferry port was located, planning to do a quick tour of South Island before returning home to begin her new job working for CERN in Switzerland - awesome! As you might expect, she was an intelligent and interesting individual with a commanding presence (and also a great cook of ...
... much until nearing the end of Marlborough Sound when all the colours came back. The Cook Strait is famous for 9 metre waves as the Tasman sea meets the Pacific.... Never mind a cyclone!
Well we're still,on the ferry as I write and it's almost flat calm. Apparently one lot of weather has passed and another is on the way. Let's hope it all clears ready for our cruise. Soon we'll be arriving in Wellington where we'll get a taxi to our hotel. Hopefully we'll publish yesterday's ...