- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... as a shrine to Elvis! Every wall was covered with memorabilia and gold discs, periodicals, jackets, records etc.. It was a lifetimes passion in two rooms. Kevin was charming and so enthusiastic, and delighted to share his passion! Nick you would love it!!!
We had an entertaining evening, cooked supper in the communal kitchen and met loads of people. Met a lovely French couple who had been up Taranaki the previous day, and were in fact above the bad weather! ...
... have a toilet but they are cheap and we have found them all to be really nice – much more our style. The Holdsworth site was no exception, accessed via a 5km long unsealed road it has a real middle of nowhere feel, we were actually the only people there all night! This evening was super chilled with a few local ales and a chicken curry while the sun set – not too shabby.
... as I am calling them) and narrow one way passes and bridges. Sometimes lights are employed and other times you just take turns as you can see to the other side of the bridge.
Found a lovely effeciency room and enjoyed a bottle of Pinot Noir ( called Devils Staircase", which Russell loved the name as there was a Deviil's staircase on the Tangiroro Crossing) /
... 140g) tomato paste (Delmaine tube has best flavour)
· 1 tin chopped tomatoes in juice
· 1 small tin coconut cream (optional)
Cook prepared lentils, celery and carrots in the stock for half an hour. Do not drain.
Heat oil and cook onion until soft, then add garlic and curry paste and cook for 5 minutes.
Mix spices ...
... between a kiwi fruit and a banana. They are apparently, like marmite. You either love them or hate them. I'm rather partial. She's not even before the injury. I took on chauffeuring duties, school runs, A&E visits as well as nursing responsibilities that amounted to keeping her company watching daytime TV, squeezing medicine into her eye and ensuring plenty of tea and coffee ...