Asure Sundowner Motel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... found we were floating through huge patches of 100s of jellyfish!
We spent a good few hours exploring yet more of the Queen Charlotte Sound coastline, having breakfast on a deserted beach, venturing to 'Double Cove' which is a protected fish reserve, having lunch on another deserted beach before heading back towards Anakiwa to drop the Kayak off. On the way to Anakiwa we made a stop off at Aussie Bay for old ...
... Benedict/Florentine and freshly squeezed juices hit the spot. Subsequent exploration of Christchurch was actually a brisk, sad and largely uneventful affair. Of course Id read/heard about the extensive damage done by the 2010-11 earthquakes, but actually exploring the CBD and seeing it for myself first hand was an eye opener. The city was a construction zone. It felt like a ghost town. Empty, quiet streets, ad hoc witches hats for seemingly random road blocks, quarter full make shift ...
... the end of a rows. On our way back to the chapel we got the chance to taste some escargot. There was a fresh batch going around every half hour and we finally got someone with a few left. After trying insects in Asia I was game to try it. I will never eat one again. I was only able to eat half before, according to the crew I got "the look" on my face. That look was a tell tale sign of a stomach ...
... my head to make it happen before I return home, but as I won't really be able to make money in that time, I think it will have to wait a while....
Anyway, I have made very good friends. And they have too. The day they left Fili said this to the round: "It is Tongan tradition to say thank you and the boys told me that I had to do it, so I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you all, for the good work and the good times. And even though ...
... br> beautiful vineyards and learned about some of Peter Yealand's innovative techniques and sustainability measures. Yealands has the biggest solar panel installation in New Zealand on the roof of it's winery and also generate heat energy through burning the vines from the vineyard.
Tiny babydoll sheep keep the grass mown and the bottom of the vines neat without being able to reach the precious grapes and adorable kune kune pigs do the same job ...