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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... sauce. We had crumbed Camembert with cranberry sauce and garlic ciabatta. Hazel finished with Kahlua and white chocolate cheesecake whilst I tried a dessert pizza topped with apple, apricot, berries, crumble, cinnamon and custard. Despite the nice ingredients neither of us were terribly impressed. At least the Diet Coke was okay!! Tomorrow we go on our main train journey; The TranzAlpine Express to Greymouth on the west ...
... s only complete Heritage Street. Then it was birthday tea time courtesy of Mrs I - thank you. This was our first proper meal out since being on our travels and it was amazing. We went to Fiddlesticks and enjoyed a seat outside in the sun, we had the sharing feast, steak, onion, cauliflower, roast spuds and asparagus. In the words of John Oats (our builder) every aspect was quality. We headed to Pak'nSave for our last supplies and drove to Lake Ellesmere for our final free ...
... needed for our South East Asia section of our trip. We were not happy about this. You have to pay out of the nose for the appointment and tablets here. Our appointment was at 4 but we didn't get seen until 6. So this took up a large chunk of our day. Our travel doctor was woeful. I had to point out where Bali and Thailand were on the map for him and all his did was read off a sheet of paper. I could have done a ...
... Sunday evening to confirm. Yes I could...
Where to go for a few days? Well a couple of years ago we were parked by Lake Tekapo when a UTE pulled up and a friendly face asked “Was that Mike Clancy's bus?”. Yes
it was, we bought it from Glennys and Mike in New Plymouth 7 years ago – sadly Mike died last year. This trip Glennys had told us Andy and Gaye would love to see us, so, after a night at Woodbury village (having a very Devon time that day), we got in touch and arranged to ...
Drove to our final east coast city today. Christchurch, the first settlement in NZ, was hit by earthquakes in 2010 & 2011 causing extensive damage and killing 185 people. Many buildings can still be seen with heavy damage. One area several blocks square is a restricted area Red Zone. The city is coming back and in innovative ways. One shopping area is composed of ...