Asure Sundowner Motel
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... I also can't believe how much the world revolves around coffee, I though NZ was bad but it's nothing like Europe, they can't function without it! We were very lucky that we had no major hiccups or health problems while we were away and the weather was exceptionally kind to us, we could count the rainy days on one hand. Now we just have to think about where we'd like to go next trip .... I hope you've all enjoyed reading about our ...
... the estate and is an 'eco wine' producer. He recycles all the vine prunings and buys in others which produce power. He has dwarf sheep and pigs who keep the grass down between vines. His winemakers are all Kiwis headed up by a woman. It was an impressive set up and the wine was good too! As usual we bought a bottle and headed north. The motel we booked by phone got double booked on the web so we had a bit of an upgrade down the road for the same price, and ...
... standout meals were Ry and Mom's pasta dishes. Mom's was homemade crab ravioli with a coconut, lemon grass ginger cream sauce. Something we will have to recreate at home. We enjoyed of fab free desserts before Ry and I headed back to the hotel. I headed to the gym while Ryan updated his resume as he found some jobs that have piqued his interest. Mom and Doug returned a while later having walk around the gain the lay of the ...
The town itself was quaint and perhaps more picturesque than any I had visited before. The surrounding mountains and lake made for a spectacular view and it was a haven of activity. Numerous musicians or street performers lined the lakeside, whilst the various restaurants and bars were all full. Many folk either swam in the lake or sat on a grass verge enjoying a drink.There appeared to be some form of fare going on for there was a line of stalls along the ...
An early start on a cloudy day saw us leave home and head to the Maitai Dam to start our walk. After leaving the car, we headed up to the Dun Saddle where the track forked. We headed up to the Dun Shelter first to get the uphill out of the way, had a bite to eat, then headed down again and off to Rocks Hut. An hour later we were sitting in the hut having a second lunch, then it was time to head back to the car. A long day totalling est 9 hours of ...