Omakau Commercial Hotel
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... their different beers. Attached to the brewery is an Alehouse where you can get casual pub sort of meals. Unfortunately we had to pass to do our train trip, but it looked to be really good with a great atmosphere. A very enjoyable time and definitely worth a visit. It would pay to book in advance though as the tours book out quickly. Matthews I would definitely put this on your list of things to ...
It is only about a 60 km or so day and the first half is on a road that can best be described as 'rolling'. Gone are the big hill climbs and the tight narrow roads. This is a new(ish) road linking Cromwell to Clyde and the hydroelectric dam there. With this in mind, we are not in any rush to get going, to give the workers a chance to get on the road before us. We also expect the Intercity Bus from Queenstown - at a rough guess - to also be past us. So, at the leisurely time ...
... and a soft interior...much like KFC...and for dessert he had a chocolate brownie with ice cream. He like it because it too as it had a thin hard crust with a soft chocolatey interior. We may have found the recipe for a happy meal for Doug...crusty on the outside and soft on the inside...Will keep you posted! Post a satisfying meal we headed home to relax in the living room modelling my internationally acquired jewellery to my mom and introducing her to "Horrible ...
Congratulations to the Hrycyszyns who spotted the Moët drinking time of 3.45! The clock however was not working as it would definitely be a record for us drinking that late or even that early (well maybe not Sammy and Tasha or even the Hrycyszyns).
Yet another scenic road trip to Dunedin over rugged and barren terrain but great driving road following the Central Otago Rail Trail from ...
After a short stretch in Wanaka, we made our way to Central Otago to prepare for our day on the Rail Trail. Roughly 10 years ago, they tore out the rail road that ran from Central Otago to Dunedin and built in infrastructure for a bike trail. The full trail today runs from Clyde to Middlemarch for 150kms. We did a 17km stretch, downhill, from Auripo to Omakau. Our trip involved riding over gorges, through 2 tunnels and across beautiful countryside. ...