Middle Park Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Not a great day to be Welsh in NZ today after the rugby defeat In the early hours. Nothing went right for us today but some days are like that! After a few aborted activities (hike not long enough, too much off raiding to get to best track & no kids archery class as advertised) we ended up on Whites Beach and watched the local Chinese population catch crabs for their dinner. We spotted a cherry farm and picked some delicious "early first cherries" - a first for Helwn & ...
... to catch many on camera. We had planned to stop at Canvastown, an old mining town but in the end we carried on towards Blenheim. Our lodge is great, we are staying here a whole week, which is great after moving around a lot. Looking forward to settling down a bit. Stocked up on food so we can eat in for a change. That night there were a lot of helicopters in the sky - it turned out that this was to protect the vines from frost - all big business here.
... for a safety video, we were put on a bus that took us to the harbour where the boat was waiting. We promptly boarded the vessel and found ourselves in comfy airplane seats.
We left the harbour and in the first five minutes, the boat came to a quick halt. Our guide directed our attention to the left and the crew quickly opened the doors. We hurried out and to the roof top observation deck but only got a millisecond glimpse of the back ...
... in size from 3000 and 90 000 litres each. The 90 000 litre tanks are massive – imagine 10 meters tall and 15 paces around. I have to walk up three flights of stairs to reach the top lid.
2. It is mechanized.
The traditional technique of stomping barefoot on grapes of extract the juice is seldom used in most commercial wineries today. Similarly, the grapes that come to this commercial winery are rarely hand picked. Instead, they are mostly ...
Now that I’ve finished an extensive tour of both the North and South Islands, you’re probably wondering what’s next. Well, so am I! I have zero plans for the remaining 5 months of my time in New Zealand. I also have zero dollars left in my bank account, so I’m thinking a job might be a good place to start. And hell, why not right here in Marlborough? I do love me some wine, after ...