Blenheim Palms Motel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and the phone ran out of battery so no photos that day. John cooked some steaks on the bbq when we got back and we ate outside on the verandah. Next day we had intended stopping in Havelock, which is famous for fresh seafood, particularly green lipped mussels, but disappointingly, it was a bit early for lunch and we didn't want to hang around as we needed to get to Picton. So we stopped in the big Pak & Save supermarket in Blenheim to stock up on supplies for ...
... this _______, it is right nice." Once again, the Kiwi hospitality did us well.
Lunch evolved into the afternoon and we found ourselves wandering the vineyard once again in absolute awe of our beautiful New Zealand surroundings. An afternoon filled with fresh, locally sourced food, wine, and a long walk around their vineyard and gardens? Yup, I think we found heaven on earth. ...
... of the glacier, but the rain grew heavier, which lifted the glaciers hypnotic spell. To seek further splendour would be dangerous and the hour had grown late. We turned back and left our last major destination on The South Island. We had entered the black lands and made it out safely, we had survived a rats tail apocalypse and we had battled the mighty hiking stick wielders and made it to the top of the mountain. North Island awaited, it was time to make for Hobbiton. . .
... especially as the police have decided not to investigate as there is not enough evidence. One way of reducing your case load I guess! Our picks of the North Island are 1. The Farmstay - being cow farmers for the day 2. The Maori thermal village - Rotorau 3. 90 mile beach coach tour 4. Otago beach - Coromandel peninsula 5. Te Papa ...
... was a Developed Country way of thinking.
As a second example, in Cambodia, the mother of our house family was a garment worker and two of her children were working on site. I really enjoyed building with these two young people and learning about their lives. The brother (Chan) was undergoing trade training far away. He’d come down for the week and I felt quite paternal towards him. The sister (Sreynet) had four young children two of whom had ...