Bellano Motel Suites
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... is around a 15 minute stroll from Clearwater golf club where we enjoyed a lovely meal our first night. The next day Michele went horse riding at a riding establishment around 10 minutes drive away on the ? River, where a lot of the horses used are failed racehorses that have been rescued from slaughter ��. A two hour trek was enjoyed in forest / woodland areas and down to and through the river. The guide explained that the river course ...
... has early
starts. Taryn and Jake have just moved into a new, much larger house which they
also share with Jake’s brother, and his fiancÚ. It allows both groups to have
their own spaces but more importantly, is dry and with the heat pumps, very
warm. There previous flat was cold and very damp allowing mould to grow. Jakes
finished his civil engineering diploma and is hard at work on project
management papers now.
Sinead is house sitting ...
... much of the city entered was badly damaged beyond repair and so entire shopping centres and high streets have since been pulled done. But in attempt to revive the city centre, an ingenious architect had the idea to start a temporary shopping area from shipping containers. Cleverly converted into retail units, the glass fronted containers house a decent number of shops, cafes and salons in this funky and colourful set up. Continuing my self ...
... the past three months I have stayed at many places but Haka Lodge really felt comfy, warm, cosy - basically a bit like home. Also, the internet connection was really great so I got to download all the newest episodes of Game of Thrones which I have become kind of addicted to over the last couple of weeks ("Winter is coming" and so on)
So to conclude my New Zealand trip: "E boho ra", as the Maori would say.
... the recommended speed is 10km/h we soon realized we'd made the right decision (have you ever biked at 10km/h? It's hard to keep the bike upright it's so slow). We were rewarded with great hospitality, beautiful views and only minorly calloused bums. It definitely beat a cramped bus as a way of getting across the country to Queenstown! One more week in New Zealand - I'll let you know if I finally convince Jeremy that sky diving is a good ...