The Honest Lawyer Hotel
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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... beautiful too, with bright blue sunshine over the vineyards. The group was mainly made up of Brits. We all got on really well mainly because we had dogs and we were all chatting about how much we missed them. There was one couple on their honeymoon from Richmond, two guys who currently live in Burma as he works for the embassy. A couple who was originally from Northamptonshire but now lives in ...
... tidal crossing as well within 2 hours of low tide. Once we arrived- the sun came out! It was boiling, so off with the waterproofs and on with the sun cream. The walk along the coastline was stunning, golden beaches and thick rainforest. We didn't come across many other hikers (though apparently in the summer it's packed) and the walk was fairly gentle with just a few steep climbs. Despite ...
... front lol the views were breathtaking..its soooooo pretty here! Loved it :-) lake wakaputu was in queenstown..its actually created by the glaciers thousands of years ago and now its turned into a lake..its actually hugeee! That evening we tried the famous fergburger..okay no lie..this burger was actually the nicest burger ive ever tried..everr! Bombay chicken! Yum! We then went to a cowboy style bar..this was nice..my bum was hurting from horse riding however..but I rode the bull..I mean ...
... journey. I went with Kelvin to the coolstore facility to conduct a temperature audit. We went in to the different rooms and probed the fruit packed in boxes with a temperature probe. The fruit has 5 days to drop down to the correct internal temperature, which is below 1˚C for most varieties except Cox which should be around 3˚C. The temperature in the different areas of the coolstore did vary a little; the forklift drivers ...
... limestone rock formations was discovered by a retired geologist. He saw the fun potential of creating paths within the rocky outcrops, and place little creatures and figurines for children to find. so he leased the land from the local counsel and went to work clearing weeds and soil. This little maze would be alot of fun for young kids to explore ( My kids would have loved it !) This reminded me a litlle of what some parts of the Bruce trail look like.