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- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHume Hotel Nelson
Enjoyable stay, but be careful to check for events in the nightclub or pub that can make it loud in the rooms until the wee hours.
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... Park which would be incredible. I can't wait for an American winter.
I have been keeping up my morning workouts and yoga and still eating very well. I'm in a really good place mentally and physically right now which gives me even more energy to go out and experience new things each day.
Hope to hear from you all, I will be putting up another post in the next few days with a bit more substance (running out of time again).
Lots of love.
... back in to Nelson for the Farmer's market and another look around, then back to the farm for more food and yoga. It's all very relaxing and I'm learning so much.
Today another worker showed up, bringing the total to 6. There are a couple more starting later on in the week.
I'm about to head back to the communal area for a dinner of whole salmon and freshly picked sweet potato, with peach cobbler for desert. Not too shabby.
Hope everyone is well back home! Much ...
... Fortunately, since a bridge can't possibly span Kootenay Bay, part of the highway system is a free 30-min ferry to get to Balfour. We got to cross it as the sun was setting over mountains and water and to witness an absolutely stunning moonrise of a ginourmous super moon. My picture abysmally failed to capture the scene, but it's etched in my brain forever. You're ...
... Or to put it a positive way, as Cara did, "one more hour of jet lag to have when we get home". Although the drive was up and down hills/mountains, it was much better than the day before, which was so windy Tasha's got arms like Popeye now from fighting the steering wheel out of the path of oncoming wood trucks. And there was the emergency stop for the chipmunk playing chicken in the road. I hope his mother gave him ...
... looking cathederal. It became the place where I attended my first classical concert. This was courtesy of a very kind and generous Japanese woman and her two friends who all attended the concert. As the earthquake had hit and I was unable to take the train down on the wonderful coastal journey down to Christchurch, I decided to hire a car to hire, to find my way down South for a couple of weeks before returning to Christchurch for my flight back to ...