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 …
We said goodbye to Kaikoura and the majestic East coast of New Zealand and headed out to drive all the way across the island to the West coast by the end of the day (not as difficult as it would be in, say, Canada).
Our first stop was at Hanmer Springs, famous for its hot spring baths. We spent a wonderful, relaxing, rejuvenating couple of hours soaking in the very hot sulfur pools (41 degrees), the rock pools (36 degrees), aquatherapy pools (34 degrees) ...
... it Mum). That's what we love about our campervan. If we see something cool on our journey we can just stop off and explore. Because we've got plenty of time in New Zealand we are never in any rush to get to a certain destination so can stop off as many times as we want on our travels. It gives us so much freedom. When we reached Westport we drove straight to the nearby seal colony and were able to watch loads of seals playing on the rocks below us. It wasn't quite as ...
... a tree of 70 years was the diameter of my lower leg. Returning to the boat we then cruised down the Gordon River while we ate a most delicious lunch. We stopped for a short time to watch a boat feeding the salmon with a high pressure hose in their covered cage. It was covered so that the birds could not attack the fish. A short stroll around the old part of Strahan on our return to the wharf concluded a most interesting visit before returning to Queenstown for the ...