Comfort Hotel Benvenue
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... tiny with nothing much there. We tried three hostels before we found somewhere - and the place has a bunch of 11 year olds on a school trip arriving this evening (!). We drove to a trek where Franzie again went for a walk and I had a sleep in the car and listened to a podcast (I slept particularly badly last night). I cooked us pasta at the ...
... rebuilding. The earplugs do make a difference. I noticed yesterday that all the hotels and guest houses we passed in town were fully booked, because of the lack of the big modern downtown hotels that have disappeared, and because of the huge influx of builders. I had a phone call from HSBC bank at 9.30 to ask if I had withdrawn $500. Good. Just checking as we had withdrawn the $1000 on the arrival day for the car hire. We left at about ...
... 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 ...
... when the mineral Calcite crystallises around bits of organic matter forming spherical nodules. The outer surface slowly hardens whilst the inner material dehydrates (by some chemical reaction) and shrinks producing cracks which run from the centre to the outer surface. Further Calcite crystallises (small brown crystals and larger yellow ones) in the cracks giving quite a nice veined effect. The area was later lifted above sea level and erosion exposed the ...
We're in New Zealand and we're having an amazing time. I couldn't even begin to do this country justice in this blog. We've only been here a couple of weeks and we can already say, with great confidence, that we will return. The landscape is stunning, the people are saintly and the activities are endless. If you haven't been then go and if you have been then go back and if you're a kiwi living ...