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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... cheered up as we drove and the fog lifted. We could then see amazing views of the green mountains and of the many vineyards we passed by. By the time we reached Kaiteriteri it was 5pm and the sun was out, so we sat on the sandy beach for a while before dinner. Tomorrow we're going to get up early and possibly go for a swim ...
... sexily, off the table! Only Lewis topped us later by passing out only half way to undressing for bed.
Next we were off to Franz Joseph, famous for its glacier that you can go ice climbing on, weather permitting. The hostel was great, open fire, hot tub and a tv room. Obviously we threw our bags down and jumped straight into the hot pool. The first night there we had an all you can eat pizza party and watched 21 jump street ready for ice climbing the next day. ...
... degenerate at any moment from residential idyll to newly-married war zone if our current spirit of cooperation starts to wane.
Driving through New Zealand, it soon becomes apparent that the country's famous landscape isn't confined to any particular area. On every journey we've been surrounded by epic mountains on which vast swathes of mist lazily linger. The other-worldliness of the landscape is on occasion matched by certain aspects of society ...
... for about 4 hours before arriving at our campsite in Mutton Cove. We set up our tents and then relaxed on the beach under the sun. With a couple hours of daylight left, Kyle and I walked to Separation Point where there are supposedly seal colonies. We ended up seeing several seals. Some were sleeping, some were swimming in search of food, and some let us get real close. The seal pups are extremely cute! The New Zealand fur seal flourished before the Europeans arrived. Within ...
... amazing! Best dinner of the trip so far! We checked into our hostel and to be all together we had to go in 'The Lodge'. This turned out to be a porta-cabin with 7 beds squished into it which smelled very damp and was very hot - the things we choose to do to stay as a family haha! We had a chilled evening together in the room all telling stories before bed, with an early start for the national park the next ...