Buller Bridge Motel
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- Airport Transportation
- Free airport shuttle
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
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I've temporarily departed from Thomas. Tommy Jr. and I are riding solo for a few weeks and taking on the South Island roadtrip. I spent my last day in Golden Bay rock climbing beautiful cliffs that overlooked the sea. Something I've never done before. The drive from Golden Bay down to Westport was out of control! Mountains ...
... with a section on the earth's crust and explained why New Zealand is prone to having so many earthquakes. In fact there was one screen that showed how many earthquakes there had been so far that day in New Zealand and where there were. There was also a earthquake simulator from an earthquake in 1987. It was really weird to actually be stood still and feel the ground almost being swept from under you. It's easy to see why people get freaked out during earthquakes and ...
... were absolutely beautiful in one of their many National Parks. They were surrounded by mountains that reflected on to the completely clear lake so it was definitely worth a stop. In the lake however were the biggest eels I have ever seen and that, along with the weather, made me sure there was no way I would be braving jumping in! We then went on to the hostel called Bazils which was huge and one of the better ones we've stayed in! We ...
... with the lasting side-effects. Rather than being angry, or upset, or frustrated with the hand she's been dealt in life, she booked herself a round the world plane ticket and I'm pleased to report she is currently having the time of her life. And I've met a lad from a country where military service is compulsory. I won't be specific as I don't want him to get in any trouble for telling us about his experiences. And I won't go into detail about some of ...
... leaving Pancake Rocks we carried along the road for about ten minutes or so and came to the Punakaiki Beach Camp, we pulled in and booked a powered site for the night costing us $36. After a long first day on the road we needed a good sleep. The chap on reception was very welcoming and we got sorted quickly. Using the camps kitchen facility we cooked up a little dinner before making the bed and getting an early night. Distance travelled today: 298 KM ...