Buller Bridge Motel
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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... shopping. This led to Cathy making a very tasty chicken stir fry...we've discovered that Top 10 Caravan Parks all have very well equipped kitchens available for use - this one even included a rice cooker. Great to have a home made, hot meal...and much cheaper than dining out, which is just as expensive here as it was in Australia.
Had a nice walk to the beach at sunset (beautiful) and discussed getting ourselves in trouble with the NZ military. There is ...
... the bus they drove us to the beach in definitely smelled like weed. We get to the beach and do the whole lesson thing and then start to surf. I stood up on my first wave but they were just like little white water ****. I didn't know that wasn't a big deal though so I thought I was hot ****. So feelings overly confident after thinking we had mastered that we tried to do some big waves. No that's hard as. But still it was super fun. Need to go surfing a lot more for ...
A late wake up, speedy breakfast and rushed check out before the 10am curfew was the start to the day. Followed up by some important post office business, and back on to the road tour across to the west coast. Heading in the direction of Westport, we had a long drive until reaching the coast itself. A few viewpoints along the way were really picturesque - as all of New Zealand just seems to be - but so nice that they struggled to be ...
... having them swim around us whilst kayaking but was still good to see! We're staying in Westport tonight before continuing our journey along the west coast. We will soon reach some Franz Josef glacier where we hope to do a helihike - a helicopter ride and then hike on the ice! It's crazy to think we're only just over halfway on our whole trip! We've been to six and half countries and done so much! Although we've only got one and a half more countries to visit we've got plenty more still left to ...
Leaving the very comfortable Fountainside Hotel we headed out of Hobart in a NW direction. There was a cool wind blowing and an overcast sky but as the day wore on the sun came out and the sky turned a brilliant blue with no clouds to be seen, although there was still a bite to the air. The scenery was constantly changing from the lush Derwent valley to the much drier Central Plateau through ...