Apostles View Motel
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... craggy and wildly beautiful. There are not so many travelers on this side of the country so plenty of opportunity to slow down and admire the view. We had been told about the Pancake Rocks at Punakaiki and were so pleased we stopped to visit them as they are truly incredible. Layer upon layer of rock has built up over millions of years to form pancake like layers. The sea has played its part and eroded some of these away to leave isolated rock ...
... is a type of jade with spiritual significance to the Maori people. It is often found along the West Coast of the south island. We searched and searched but only came across mottled green or dull green stones (it turns out these might actually be greenstone, just in its unpolished and impure state). There were plenty of other pretty stones and shells to keep us happy however. The waves were really powerful and made such a noise as they crashed into shore. It’s ...
... know the group of girls we had travelled there with (all Canadian but weren't travelling together) and then the 2 Canadian boys joined at around half 8. We played numerous kineckt (Xbox, no idea how you spell it) games which of course led to plenty of competitiveness and banter between us all. After a few hours of friendly encouragement (bullying) we managed to get Jonah to climb the stripper pole in the middle of the room and kiss the ceiling. ...
... trail for this one was so sharp for each of us as we moved farther from our comfort zones. I laughed uncontrollably at our reactions for a good while after we were left alone. Truth is, I think we actually go through this process as we approach each new hosted accommodation, but aren’t so acutely aware of it as we were this round.
We left Franz Josef in low lying cloud to make our way to Greymouth. Our first stop off was the town of Hikitika - where we visited the museum ($6 each), viewed the driftwood sculpture competition & had fish (blue cod & elephant) & chips! The elephant fish was excellent and only $3.50! The blue cod was $8.00. Next stop was the shantytown - a reconstructed village of the gold rush era. This was ...