ASURE Fountain Resort Motel
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... were woken with the sound of a truck pulling into our area and a knock on the window. Both our reactions was "****, a ranger" so we quickly whispered to each other to say we had driven all night and had just stopped here to rest.
Paulie: “Hi, can I help you?”
Man “Morning, have you been...”
Me: “Gulp, here it comes”
Man: “...Salmon ...
... and the pictures we took here almost don't look real! Despite having our bikinis at the ready, we weren't tempted to jump into the freezing water. In Westport, one of New Zealand's best surf spots, we were staying in a really cool, hippy hostel (to save money's we were meant to sleep in a tent but our beds were wet so we managed to get ourselves upgraded to a dorm). The whole bus headed down to the local beach that evening for a big bonfire. It was such a nice ...
... course too was in rough shape with dust dry fairways. Hopefully the North Island will offer some green courses! We returned to the hotel to freshen up before heading downtown for dinner and a movie. Mom and I decided we had to check out "50 Shades of Grey" while the boys opted for "American Sniper"...they may have made the better choice as shockingly the acting was somewhat underwhelming with our pick...but the Magic Mike 2 preview did look ...
... Nelson is the BEST in the summer. Great arty-***** atmosphere.
Nikki was kind enough to give me her free boat trip voucher for the Abel Tasman. So I might get myself biffed out of boat somewhere. It just depends on how much of the 'middle of nowhere' I want to be.
It's funny when you get to the end of a trip away, the beginning seems so long ago. I'd almost forgotten Utah ...
... took us forever- it took us about 40 minutes to cover 10 miles! Once we arrived we parked up and waited on the beach for the ferry boat. As there are no roads in the national park hikers have to catch boats to different areas. The only other option is to take a few days and hike from one end to the other using the campsites along the way. We decided a 5 hour hike was enough for us as we had to ...