Aspen Court Motel - Twizel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... pools admiring the views of the lakes. Showered and dressed we drove down to the beach and cooked lunch on the beach. We drove around Lake Tekapo a little and stopped in a secluded spot to admire the view before heading back to the same campsite as last night. To watch the most amazing ...
... in the 3rd OT of game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals. What really sickens me about the whole thing is Bourque's 77 hangs right next Patrick Roy's 33 (8)(9). 8. Roy is one of the most despicable Montreal Canadiens of my lifetime. 9. Can you put a footnote in a footnote? 10. One lane bridges, Holiday park bathrooms, our vans brakes or lack there of, etc.... 11. I still turn on my wipers half the time when I'm making a right turn. 12. Ask me about Ben Cobley sometime, I might tell you the ...
... were given our bikes, helmets and drink bottles and pannier and then inside for a safety and itinerary briefing before setting off about 9. Whoppee! We had a two hour road trip southwest through the Canterbury Plains, which have become a very intensive dairying area. This has divided many as to benefits to the economy vs detriment to the environment, in particular the water levels in the rivers due to irrigation. Lots of talking and banter and early signs ...
Left Christchurch this morning; visited the cardboard cathedral on our way out. Designed by a famous architect whose name I don't remember at the moment; it is made of large cardboard tubes and is taking the place of the main cathedral destroyed in the earthquake
Wound our way into the South Island high country. Beautiful lakes and ...
... drove on to Twizel where we briefly stopped to book our accommodation for the next couple of nights. Not much further along was Lake Pukaki, and we took a couple of pics at the lookout overlooking the lake towards the mighty Mt Cook. The colour of the water is unbelievable, apparently caused by 'glacial flour.'
At the end of the lake lies Glentanner Park, a commercial campground where we planned to stay for a couple of nights. Some 20 km south of Mt ...