Comfort Hotel Benvenue
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We started our road trip back to Timaru on the same way that we came. This time we stopped at the goldfields in Kawarau Gorge where we stopped for some time. First we started a bit of gold washing. Then we had a tour around. In the last step of the tour the guide explained us how to do the washing better and we did it for a little longer. It was very very ...
... a much better plan in the end. Supermarket shopping, laundry and Internet usage filled the rest of the night with a simple sausage pasta meal for tea before bed. I think I have mentioned about a change in the travel plan previously, but not revealed properly... Having explored nearly all of NZ now, and considering the working visa, both Gemma and I have decided that we would much rather leave NZ as a holiday. We just didn't see anywhere that suited us to stay ...
... 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 ...
... great view from Mt. Cook all the way down to Lake Pukaki.
As we hiked, our guides explained some of the flora and fauna along the trail. We passed a plant called Old Man’s Beard because it looked like an old man’s beard. We also passed a lot of a very sharp plant called Matakori, which is Maori for “face slasher.” Matakori was used by the Maori to tattoo, including their sweet face tats, because the needles are hollow – perfect ...
... 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 ...