Hot Springs Motor Lodge
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... after that go to Abel Tasman, where we'll sea kayak and skydive. Abel Tasman has been named one of the most beautiful places on Earth, so we'll stay around the area a few days in the campervan. We'll then head over to Wellington on the North Island via the ferry and look around the museums of the capital. In New Zealand there's only really 1 main road through the country so we'll follow that north to the amazing Waitomo caves for abseiling down water ...
... Christchurch on State Highway 1 (SH1) to begin our counterclockwise, or I should say anticlockwise, tour of the island. Our first destination was Hanmer Springs, the only place for natural thermal pools on the South Island. Kudos to Holly for finding this little gem. Most of the businesses are on the main street of town. As we came into town, we saw a mini golf course and then a campground. These were followed by the usual hotels, restaurants, and souvenir shops. A narrow park ...
... some amazing sights as you can imagine, we ended up feeling quite respectable in our swimmers. After a couple of hours we were suitably relaxed and prune like and felt the long overdue cuppa could be put off no longer. We staggered back to the Heritage Hotel over the road gasping with thirst by now and I am writing to you now in the very comfortable lounge. Christmas is so close and yet there is nothing really evident here. A ...
Hello from Hanmer springs! A fairly emotional farewell on Laura and Marilyn's part on Friday saw us leave the farm. It took a couple of days to adjust, but the people here couldn't have been more welcoming and friendly. We miss the farm even now, the work was hard but the variation of jobs and atmosphere with the animals is what we miss the most. It was definitely the right time to move on though, B & M we're running out of work for us and we were ready for a new challenge, ...
... log cabin in the middle of nowhere, there was no moon that night and as we looked above we noticed the sky was filled with thousands of stars!
We checked in at the bar where a log fire roared in the corner and people sat around discussing the days skiing to be had tomorrow, we quickly threw our bags in our room, found ourselves a place in front of the fire and relaxed with a couple of glasses of red wine, it was bliss.
The following morning we got up early and after ...