Apostles View Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We arrived at the train station expecting at least Manchester Piccadilly hustle and bustle. It was more like Chassen road on a good day though much more modern. There was one big square waiting room and 3 counters for check-in behind which were again lovely friendly ladies smiling and a no fuss check in. I don't think I've mentioned yet how clean …
Looked out van window to see Franz Josef covered with cloud. Prospects of helicopter flight not looking so good. Thankfully after an hour the cloud was gone and snow covered peaks surrounded us. Peter and I eagerly boarded our helicopter with 4 other travellers. Trip was sensational. Within minutes we were atop Franz Josef Glacier covered in snow. It was truly amazing and one of the highlights of ...
... walk to the Australian Bar and Grill and we were not disappointed. The dish of the day that hit the spot for Trina was a lamb burger and fries and I went for the ribs. We left at about 7:15pm and arrived back at the camper in time to catch the end of Masterchef Australia.
As we were walking back to the site the wind was getting up and storm clouds could be seen coming in across the Tasman ...
... wild west coast, with ridiculous waves and crazy rock formations on one side and rainforest on the other. We stopped off at pancake rocks which are pretty much ribbed rocks that look like stacks of pancakes. Pretty cool, but it probably would have been even cooler if we understood the geology of it all. We continued the drive down to Greymouth where we set up for the night and made a gourmet dins with wine. Oh, and Ruth flashed a policeman ...
Today we got to sleep in until 9am and had the best pancakes for breakfast (included in the buffet breakfast). 11:15am we met on the bus and due to the weather all the activities that were planned for today (helihike) were cancelled. Instead we did the 2hr walk to the Franz Josef glacier which was so refreshing. We walked in the rain for the first half an hour and then it cleared up and ...