Manuka Crescent Motel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Life at Cardies is great, I get to go on ride breaks (breaks where we get to go out riding, AKA Shredding the POW). Shredding the pow basically means going skiing but in such a cooler way, and it totally means I'm a cool kid. Going off piste and shredding the pow, no groomed stuff for me, being such a pro that I am .... (I wish). I've got loads ...
... in the sunshine. The boat went right out to the end of the Sound and just into the Tasman Sea, where it got a bit bouncy to the lids delight. On the way back the boat stopped and pulled close to some baby seals (Ed reckons some were sea lions) on rocks. Tash was very pleased to see real live wild seals. Further along we stopped at Stirling Falls and the boat went right up to the falls, covering us in spray - great fun. Last falls near the ...
Had a slower day today. Watch Hugh Sophie and the Dickson girls and Mick Ice Skate. Quite a laugh. They all mastered it adventurually .Had a great morning. We found a little church early this morning They even gave out chocolates for the people having birthday and anniversaries. Have to see what we can do in Gunnedah All lunched at POG Mahones Irish Pub and wandered back for a quite afternoon. Tonight Mick Picked us up in "Juicy Lucy" ...
... sky. Waterfalls were not the only feature, we drove over not one, not two, but 28 one lane bridges on the 263km drive between Franz Joseph and Wanaka. D correctly guessed the number of bridges in Lego's bridge guessing competition winning himself a beer and bringing our wins to 3. One of Wanaka's most famed attractions is Puzzling World, where all of our bus decided to explore before arriving into the picturesque little town of Wanaka itself. Puzzling World ...
... for us. The options in question were exquisite and we were very pleased that we made the trip back into town for dinner. Before heading back to the campsite, we had a quick look at the park, where there is a large and detailed frisbee-golf course and received a 'free hug' from a friendly looking traveller from Florida. After that, we trekked back up the hill towards Fenton, in the quiet outskirts of town, in the light of a bright moon, in the direction of ...