Bella Vista Motel
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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It's December and everyone is rushing about. I am not sure about all of you, but for us, it was where has this year gone.
Last year, we started by flying back from Auckland to Melbourne. A few days in that wonderful city then, back to work until Easter where we left Warracknabeal; met JD in Melbourne for Easter and then flew to Thailand …
Feb. 19th -The West Coast of the South Island
We left Fox glacier and started our journey up the west coast. The road actually veers off the coast and take you into the mountains. These are the Southern Alps and they earned their names rightfully. Soaring up with snow capped tops and a couple of glaciers. We crossed the mountains yesterday in …
Result! Woke up this morning and it wasn't raining! So me, Mike, Dave and Sez walked down to the beach to play a bit of footy. The sand was literally golden in colour. Best way to start the day! By 10am we were back on the bus to head to Westport. Our next destination on the Kiwi Experience. En route we stopped off at Nelson Lake. It was of course raining by now but that did not stop us getting a few pics by the lake. Even with all the clouds in the sky the view was amazing. ...
... most of the day. We had brief stops at a seal colony and at the Pancake rocks. It was lovely to get out of the bus for these brief periods of time. I was able to give a number of mini geography lessons about rock formation and coastal features. Haha the new people asked me questions I swear Short and sweet again today!! Hopefully there will be more action from tomorrow ...
... which took the coal down to the coast, and sometimes people up!!!! We were going on a train to tale us into the mine but first we pulled jobs out of a hat! I was to be a hewer and Richard a Trucker. We boarded the train and travelled into the mine. It was a fascinating detailed tour on how the mine was arranged on a grid system based on the chain (22 yards). A new shaft was dug every chain, at right angles from the existing one. We were shown how coal ...