Scenic Hotel Marlborough
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up the oil and even changed a bulb or two. This is what makes me feel the oldest but at the same time it makes me feel like I pass on some wisdom to the young ones.
A five minute walk from the hostel is the local horse racing track. Every few months they have a race and we were able to catch one of these events a while back. About eight of us made the trip over for an afternoon of fun and a bit of gambling. This was a first for many ...
... honestly feared for my life because the sea... She was rough. Don't worry I had my life jacket on and a plan. If we flipped I swim for the nearest light at shore. Made it back to the Bach safe though and then Lisa an Pete (Maeve's parents) cooked the fish from earlier as well as salad, potatoes and tomatoes. Apple pie for dessert, wine and singalongs later I'm really feeling at home.. Finding some common songs for the singalong was a ...
... vines! They invited us to stay as long as we’d like and make ourselves at home in the house on the hill, which had several unoccupied bedrooms. Our new friend and the owner of the house lives there only 1 week each month, and the only permanent occupant is one of his managers at the winery. That means the house is largely empty most of the time. So, it is offered as a kind of sanctuary for any friends or family members in need of a peaceful getaway or weekend retreat. ...
... of the day was free thanks to Fiona's work (Cloudy Bay Clams) and the first bubbles of the day was also free since Fiona knew the woman serving at that stall! The following day the family gathered for Dad's 75th birthday before Fiona, Janet and I headed to Marahau at the start of the Abel Tasman track, accompanied by Joshua, my 13 month old nephew. Therein followed three days of sun, sand, walking on the beach and the track, ...
... We get to the campsite (same one we started our south island journey from) at 11am and they clean the cabin ready for us. We quickly put things in the cabin and fridge and change into our costumes and get by the pool. A lovely day reading our books.
When we get back to the room at 6pm it is boiling. However we are not complaining and the side window lets a cool breeze in. We can't get the TV ...