The Mill House
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- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... It was mind blowing, I want one of these in my house, if I ever have a house again!
Totally embracing the Steampunk madness of the town we found a lady that offers photo shoots, the vast majority of them are old Victorian style but she does have a few Steampunk accessories so we could not resist. Any excuse to dress up and act like a fool and we are there. She was so awesome in picking out the best clothes she had and getting us looking ...
I am not ashamed to say I am a fan of the History Channel's "Ancient Aliens." Before I left, my friend Laura got me the entire series on DVD. My favorite tagline when anything from ancient history cannot easily be explained is "therefore: Aliens."
Well, I have found evidence of alien activity right here in New Zealand's South Island. Some higher being ...
We had been giving our trusty campervan a hard time, we had literally worn her batteries out!! So we had to make a stop at a site with electricity so we could boost her up again. On our way we dropped by an interesting nature reserve which had apparently got NZ's most advanced 'pest-proof' fence! The reason for this formidable de'fence' (sorry), was the sanctuary harboured a number of critically ...
... other people, for some time. There was one big grumpy male that chased off another male back into the sea. Well worth the effort, even the climb back up which involved hands pushing on knees to make any sort of progress on the steepest part. We drove on to the end of the peninsula where there are albatross breeding grounds, as well as breeding areas on the steep cliffs for a variety of other birds, plus wonderful views. After lunch it was the lower road down the peninsula, this ...
... a lookout over a beach where little Blue Penguins came ashore each evening and the second was not paying to see Yellow Eyed Penguins at another beach. The catch with the latter was that you had to walk 2.5km to the bay however we didn't see this as much of an issue and so duly made our way to the car park. On arrival we met a snag, that being the fact that the walkway to the beach had been shut due to 'erosion'. We were somewhat skeptical ...