Lake Rotoroa Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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A big perk to living in a stark Christian country is the devout celebration of religious holidays. That means, Easter is not just two days of binge eating chocolate, but four. Mark had off Good Friday and Easter Monday (yes, that's a thing here) so we took advantage of the time off, packed our car with chocolate and headed to the wilderness.
I had spent the past few weeks perfecting our itinerary, printing out maps and planning for any unforseen ...
So after a refreshing night on Motueka beach I headed through the rolling hills of the south island to Nelson lakes national park. The road there was full of turns and a few narrow somewhat dodgy passes with locals, but still a good road to the park. When I arrived there I was taken aback by the height of the lakes, all the way up mount Robert and higher. I had originally packed and planned on ...
We are staying in the small town of Murchison near the river in a nice little motel studio with kitchen, living/dining room and 2 bedrooms. We ate some huge hamburgers at a local place in town. In NZ, one of the typical topping for a burger is a big slice of beet root which is very odd. Wouldn't be my choice but it 's not bad. You still get onion, tomato, etc but you also get a slice of beet root. There ya go, as they say here.
... before we head off to dinner. As we are relaxing over dinner, there is a lovely rainbow over the mountains. The rain is very light and the evening has cooled off. Four seasons in one day!! It has been a hard physically demanding day and we are both tired. But, an adventure without a challenge, be that physically, emotionally, spiritually and intellectually, does not make us stronger, wiser, or appreciate life to its fullest. Total km - ...
... Nous l'aidions a nettoyer les chambres/cottages et a maintenir son jardin en bon etat.
C'est une belle region ici aussi: collines, rivieres, lacs, petits villages. J'y ai pris mon premier bain de Nouvelle-Zelande, dans la riviere Buller. L'eau etait glacee et cela m'a bien pris une demi-heure pour y entrer! C'etait toutefois tres agreable et j'y suis retournee le lendemain, dans un bassin naturel calme en amont de la meme riviere.