Ashley Motor Inn
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... Including their livestock if you catch my drift!) So. Here I lay once more, itchy and uncomfortable from the knee down, smelling of deet and peppermint! Listening to the waves break on the beech 40 meters from my head. Iv set my alarm to try and get up before sunrise, just incase there is a view to capture, and hoping for some much needed sleep tonight. P.s Is midnight, the clouds have covered the sky so no sunrises for me tomorrow. P.s.s. The demure mature french lady in ...
... walk to the Australian Bar and Grill and we were not disappointed. The dish of the day that hit the spot for Trina was a lamb burger and fries and I went for the ribs. We left at about 7:15pm and arrived back at the camper in time to catch the end of Masterchef Australia.
As we were walking back to the site the wind was getting up and storm clouds could be seen coming in across the Tasman ...
Later on, I visited a tree top walk and observed the life high up in the forest.
When I arrived Hokitika, the sun came out and the forest lit up in its best colors.
The next day, I visited the Hokitika Gorge and the Lake Kaniere.
In the evening, I enjoyed the beautiful sunset at sunset point.
... dawn of our final month travelling. Fortunately, the weather smiled at us and we were given the all clear for our Glacier Helihike. Whilst the previous day had allowed an awesome view of Franz Joseph, from the air we were able to view the glacier in all its glory as it spilled out and dominated the valley and surrounding area. Upon landing on the glacier, we strapped our crampons on (these are essentially spikes on the bottom of your boots that allow greater grip on the ice) and ...
... bus, so we had to make a mad scramble to get things unplugged and packed away and do some quick toilet stops. Didn’t want to get caught short on a mountaintop!
After a quick safety briefing, we were down to the chopper take-off area in no time and on board with headphones on and seatbelts fastened. We were touring with two other people – a man and his daughter. Mitchell and the girl took the front seat with the pilot and the rest of us ...
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