Teal Motor Lodge
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... our way through an exceptionally well-marked path of beautiful old trees and plants. And halfway through our walk we discovered the Rest an'be Thankful bench, where we sat and did just that. The birds chirped, the breeze blew, we looked at the beautiful flowers and plants around us and talked about how grateful and lucky we are to be in that spot and traveling together on such a wonderful trip. What a gift this all is.
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... it was time to get out of this place. No hurry to come back, sad to see a place you remember as big and vibrant actually being small and derelict.
Out past Nuhaka to the Morere Hot springs. Another place I visited in my childhood. Warning the kids we were off for a tramp we headed out on the Ridge Track. Supposedly a 2 hour walk along the natural ridge line. Much grumbling and moaning from Caleb he finally settled in as he realised there was ...
... the motor launch. No mean feat getting into the small dingy but despite our concern for Kath as always she proved more than capable at clambering on. Not sure any of us will get points for style but at least we managed not to fall overboard. Quite surprised with all the health and safety regulations that we are not issued with life jackets but having signed a long disclaimer informing us what ever happened it wasn't their fault I guess they weren't ...
... about 50 miles towards Gisborne! Plenty of stops for brief strolls and photos. The scenery was really a pleasant surprise. I don't know why, but I expected it to be flat and dreary. Far from it. Great journey - 3 hour drive took 6 hours because we kept stopping. Stopped at Matawai, a small town, for coffee and cake - breakfast and lunch combined. We had a blueberry muffin, fresh out of the oven and a banana and pineapple sponge. Sue reckons it is ...
... to the sea. What to do at such a location, admire the view. . . This is New Zealand, you get something to lie on and whiz down it!! The cost....nothing, just turn up and go for it. Hiring a couple of padded mats we made a beeline for the place. When we first arrived there were just a couple of locals there, the river was freezing but it was addictive fun and we kept having "Just one more go" before leaving as an ordinary family estate car pulled ...