Abisko Lodge And Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbisko Lodge And Apartments Methven
Very basic facilities, and pay showers.
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... the lights went out, so we finished off in the dark and then once I made myself respectable, I went out and fumbled around in the dark until I found the switch. The boys thought it was great fun.
Wound down in the evening to an episode of James Bond (my Father’s Day present – all 23 box set!), but was too pooped to make it all the way through so will need to watch the remainder another time. Its cold tonight – double quilts on the ...
... off nonetheless. This freedom camping is getting to be fun – finding some place we probably shouldn’t be staying at but since its free it seems so appealing.
We decided to skip breakfast and get down to the motorhome depot on the other side of town as early as we could. However not before a quick tour around Lyttelton, which is basically a small port town on the side of a very very steep hill and overlooking a busy ...
... a couple of hours before taking a break in a town called Ashburton for a drink and some wifi before we finished the journey to Christchurch. Once in Christchurch we check in to the site where we have the pleasure of meeting the only rude and obnoxious New Zealander in the county at the reception desk, so she will get slated on the app later on! Time to chill out and have some spaghetti Neapolitan, my ...
... by the iSite with only seconds to spare and just about caught the bus. It was still dark out and freezing, it had begun raining and I was so tired that I really couldn't be bothered with any of it! I could also still taste wine in my mouth from last night which was making me feel sick. I ended up falling asleep on the bus - it seemed like a good idea at the time but I felt rough as a dog when I woke up as we approached the top. By the time we got into ...
... and its impact on breastfeeding today, the session was quite moving as they wove their own whakapapa throughout the presentation along with the conference symbols of flax weaving, stones stacked upon one another, and the Maori kuro symbol - which represents the opening of a fern frond. They ended with a blessing, a karakia. After dinner, there was an optional movie - one of my favorites, “Babies” followed by “supper”, basically a midnight ...