The Honest Lawyer Hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Free parking
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... in the area and was again met with a frosty reception. We have come to realise that these centres regard campers like us as scum of the earth and although we had heard of a free camp area nearby they were going to be damned if they were going to tell us! It’s a conspiracy, we’re sure of it that these centres have been told not to reveal any free camping info but instead will only disclose those that have ...
... the back of one of the sea taxis (they are everywhere here) which was on a back of a tractor. This got taken down and launched into the sea. Luckily the sea was calm so it only took us 20 minutes to get to Onetahuti Beach where our kayaks where waiting for us. Rob took us through the basics of what we needed to do and we were off (very little emphasis on health and safety over here). The person in the rear had control of the rudder and paddling whereas the front ...
... round, I picked up some bits from the pharmacy and also a new pair of sandals (essential for Africa)! Rushed back to ensure that we could pick up the kids from school on time. Isla and Jack then showed me around their cute little rural school, complete with swimming pool and fab playground, with the worlds most dangerous swing! Back home via village shop to pick ...
... in a bad mood all the way to Pancake rocks where I was told under no certain terms to cheer up as I had a face like a smacked ass! We grabbed some breakfast and cracked on. It seemed to take forever to get to Abel Tasman park but when we finally arrived we found a nice little cove and bay the best we had seen in NZ to date in fact, where we just chilled out and spent a couple of hours then we headed back down to find our hostel ...
... local ukulele group. Later on we met a group of fellow campers staying in the same car park as us so we made some friends, had some drinks and went to a quirky bar with live music which was really good.
Day 21: Feeling a little fragile, we drove to Abel Tasman National Park which looked amazing. We parked up and booked sea kayaking for the following day then had a lazy afternoon - ate burgers and watched Grey's ...