The Cricketers' Arms
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... floor where they burned coal to heat water for baths, bed warmers etc I thought was of great interest. Nursery on that floor also consisted of a few rooms with 2 of them having beds. Collections of numerous portraits, shells, eggs, stuffed birds, etc. etc. Began working out my transport on Saturday after our evening meal.
... rota (?) known as Christmas tree. Road unsealed and dusty. Arrived at Deep Cove (population 2) and boarded large catamaran for 3 hour cruise. December 16 Stayed around Te Anau. Walked for a bit,had coffee in the Olive Tree cafe. Heard bird singing which we couldn't identify. Later found it was the New Zealand bell bird. Have also seen plenty of thrushes . Evening meal in the Olive Tree again. Temperature about 29 degrees. December 17 Back to Queenstown via Athol where we had ...
Luckily Daddy was home early...as I kept chasing the broom or pile of mess when mummy was tidying up! Stacy, Mally and Dane, as well as Auntie Barbara, Aunty Angel, Yarns and Marnie were over for minced pies (well actually, ham!) and I got to start early with my ...
... Smart car doing 90. They don't look stable enough, and sound like they will blow up from the effort.
As I'm heading up this quiet country road, I round a corner and stop, stunned.
At a green, wooded intersection , opposite each other, in the countryside, is a Bentley dealership, and a Rolls Royce dealership.
With a Red mailbox out the front.
They are both full of old and new Bentley's and Roller's. Maybe a dozen of them. And to top ...
... deserving is the NDCS (National Deaf Children’s Society) which does incredible work with both deaf children and their families’” he said. “When this trip was first conceived (almost four years ago), this charity was the one I was going to ride on behalf of and I still want to do this as it is an organisation that I do some work on behalf of and they desperately need additional funds to carry on their good work.”