The Halswell Lodge
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On our last hours in Nelson we walked to the geographic centre of NZ. We decided to fly from Nelson to Wellington (south to north island) rather than a ferry as it was cheaper and takes 35 mins instead if 3 hours). It was tough to say goodbye to Lisa and her kids. We have have had more time together in the last year than we have had on a long time …
... is as you would expect in any western city, plenty of restaurants (the usual Starbucks, McDonalds, and the unique Pandora shops!) When we got back to the motorhome I was so tired and cold! We had power at this campsite (which is just a car park in the city $30 for an 8am checkout) I had to get into bed to warm up and I plugged in the electric heater. I put a DVD on called Labor Day but I think I was asleep by 10pm after a shower! I can’t believe how tired I always ...
... drinks and sang everyone else off the stage!
Sunday 21st June:
Pete and I woke up and Flic and Kate had already been to the food market to get roast dinner supplies for 'Kiwi Mid Winter Christmas'. We all helped to make the roast then sat around the table with crackers and party hats. Spent the rest of the day chilling at the house then Pete and I flew back to Christchuch at 5:50pm.
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... got your heart going much but I guess using your leg muscles does the trick. After all of that hard work and seeing multiple people enjoying gelato's, I caved and got one. I took a picture as proof for Caleb. They went back to the Te Pau Pa Museum and I learned that Caleb also had a cool treat. He freaked out when I showed him my gelato ...