Arrow Motel Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... pies, fish and chips, and sausage rolls are popular, but they also have sandwiches, pizza and Asian food options. We continued through winding mountain passes to our destination of Fox Glacier.
Optimus was the name of our tour bus. We spent a lot of time on Optimus, but that is all part of the tour experience. We also drive through a lot of unique little towns with their claim to fame. For example one town had ...
The weather was meant to be pretty windy and raining today so we had planned to hike part of the Abel Tasman National Park. We put our waterproof coats and trousers on and made the hours drive to the top end Abel Tasman. The first part of the drive was easy going, but the second half was on what the New Zealanders call an unsealed road- a steep and twisty gravel track across part of the ...
... furniture and white goods are easily discarded in favour of newer versions. If something is needed, we drive a relatively short distance to buy it. Over here, your nearest town might be a 3 hour round trip, passing maybe one petrol station on the way, with a major shopping fix possibly requiring a flight to a major city, such as Auckland or Christchurch. Today has shown me that dreams can become a reality if you really want them to be. I have enjoyed every minute of being here ...
... lunch the next morning..
We passed a lovely viewing point where we got off to take photos, the scenery whilst driving is beautiful..the river runs through this area and we passed the longest single laned bridge in the southern hemisphere..apparently you get a certificate if you google it..we also went to see thunder creek falls..this was stunning..its known as a magical bridge..a fairy called mildrid lives there and if you stare at the waterfall long enough..you see her lol! ...
... and disposing of possums. They are like our racoons, and are a pest and endangering many birds (as they eat the eggs) including the declining kiwi population. Possums have no predators here.!
Also enjoyed the beach out front and when the tide goes out, it goes and goes and goes about 1 kilometer, exposing rocks in which 10000's of mussels are clinging. Again living off the land is just my thing, so we picked some mussells ( we are allowed) ...