Abbey Motor Lodge
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... could hardly see anything. After the short walk to the bottom of the glacier, we got in the car and headed towards Christchurch. We stopped for lunch in Hokitika and popped into a wildlife centre to see live kiwi birds. It was a pretty cool centre where we also fed enormous eels and caught some crayfish. It was also like a different day there with the sun out. We then carried on our journey via Arthur's ...
... arranged. After breakfast we got ourselves ready and walked across the road and over the bridge to Hagley Park. Now on the first look of the park, it was big however it wasn't until we started walking that we realised this was not going to be an ordinary walk in the park, it was huge. It was basically a place where every sports you could link of was played, it had a botanical garden, a museum, loads of stuff for families and kiddies, community ...
... pairing still hadn't started, Mark snuck away to the bar to get us a few glasses of Pinot Noir to help wash down the cheese.
Once the cheese tasting was complete, they brought us around a few savory dishes to enjoy that included chocolate and cheese in the recipe. But finally, it was time for the wine. They handed out the tastings and we began tasting some very mediocre wines. One of them was particularly strange. The woman asked us ...
... to do, which meant we spent most of our journey in the van, singing along to the radio heading to Dunedin ahead of schedule. We stopped on a few occasions to rinse the wifi from public libraries (sat outside in the van managed to connect) and Facetimed family and messaged friends etc which was really nice. We arrived in Dunedin not knowing what to expect, sadly after a night sleep by the cricket ground in a pub car park, we left disappointed. Contributed maybe by the bad weather or ...
... 3beer, yum!) to the festive fruit so it tastes like Christmas in a beer. Ginger beer, Ginger & Honey beer. So by the time we finish our 4 free beers, we go buying more and by 12pm, we're well oiled as we run back to get our bus out of town. Onto Franz Joseph, were we are staying at the Rainforest Retreat. Busy spot. 6 of us get together and take a log cabin which is cool. The bedroom window sits directly over the very large jacuzzi tub. Seats about 20 people. The lads are giddy!! Frank ...