Knightsbridge Court Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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think they are cruel, but all the animals look well, shiny coats and fit. They are, in the main, bred for purpose – in particular the bulls. The horses sometimes are rogues, and for whatever reason are un-rideable - rodeo gives them a chance to put their bucking to “good” use. And the animals nearly always win; we didn't see many “cowboys” manage the time either on the horses or the bulls. The older bulls have worked out just how ...
... patiently for the band signifying the parade start. I didn't count the number of cars though I must have photographed fifty of the approximate hundred and fifty plus plus cars and of course the motorbikes and bicycles bringing up the rear. It certainly took an hour and a half to wend its way along the Main Street with old planes flying overhead and various bands interspersing the cars. All in the cars were dressed for the occasion so the costumes were as much of an interest ...
... was an impressive lookout point which gave panoramic views of the Docks and ocean, but the gray British style weather had taken route and mist covered the sky's. It was the only day I failed to enjoy in New Zealand for the travel scriptures had deceived us and sent us on these roads for nothing. We left Bluff without really taking the time to look around (for I feared more Rats Tails) and headed straight for a beach side town named Riverton, where we would seek lodgings for ...
... and food was gathered and all watched and waited. They had forgotten to tell me the change of time so I was actually 2 hours late and I was pleased. If I'ld arrived on time, I would have to eat before anyone else. So I politely ate (Ild just eaten lunch!) and then the games commenced. We laughed and laughed. So much fun, the older kids who'd left school organised the younger. Two teams, boys against girls!! Traffic waited patiently for each game to ...
Early start again to drive the 45 mins to Havelock to join the mailboat that delivers in the Pelorous sound. The first hurdle of the day was finding that the car had a flat battery again! After a frantic ring around for a taxi we got there on time (but somewhat poorer!!) It was the perfect day for the boat trip - blue skies and hardly any wind. The boat delivered ...