Comfort Hotel Benvenue
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... we were cold, and I couldn't feel my hands, it didn't rain too much. Lunch entailed of leftover barbecued lamb shoulder with a carrot and pepper salad. After lunch we drove straight to a free camp in Fairlie since the camp near Pukaki river, which Trev said was beautiful, was not worth going to in the grey. At Fairlie, we had some leftover cheese and wine before making our coconut sambar curry ...
... crystal clear light, the air was so pure. We could just see the bottom of a glacier. There were snowfields on the upper slopes and cloud banks spilling down around adjacent peaks. Hungry, we walked to a nearby cafe/ restaurant and ate fish bites in batter or sausage and chips with salad. Just after three o'clock we left for home. During the day we saw some fields of pigs, but thousands and thousands of cattle ...
... its little 4 note ditty, with information about a little eatery called Café Mes Amis, in Orari.
Orari is a small town in the South-Canterbury region of New Zealand's South Island. As well as State Highway 1, the Main South Line railway passes through.
So we stopped at the Café had a little something to eat and drink and had a look around.
Timaru was only a short drive from the café and following the directions from sat nav ...
Packed the car on a sunny morning ready for the roadtrip. Sam, Keren and Jen had lived with everyone for 6 months so said their hard goodbyes. We made a few stops at pretty places to take photos; Dunstan lake, Lindis pass. We arrived at Mount Cook campsite and set up the tent, then had a walk up to Tasman Lake, the blue lakes (which were ...
... us not to risk it. It wasn’t just the chance of getting waterlogged that stopped us from putting Toads name to the test, but the fact that the rain had gone up a gear from heavy to bombardment. There was no point in even doing the walk in these conditions – we resigned ourselves to it being put on the “someday” list and decided to depart Wanaka for anywhere dry.
Mount Cook and all his friends