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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We started the day with a big breakfast at the Seaside Hotel and a wall to Bathing and Butterfield Beaches. We waded in the water and felt the soft sand between our toes. We have enjoyed seasonable high temperatures in Stewart Island. So lucky. 18 highs. We also watched a movie at the Bunkhouse Theatre narrated by a dog about the history of Stewart …
... imagine how very small this plane is going to be.
We have the most amazing Water Tower across the road from our motel at the moment and hope to get a photos tomorrow for you as it is quite ornately lovely, not allowed in now due to earthquake issues as in they may have one which they did in Wellington last night, a 4.4 and it doesn't make the news just on the news tape across the bottom of screen, cause it is so normal to them - no way jose give ...
... all the long coach rides. Back at the lovely hostel we cooked dinner and actually saw some other guests! We thought we were the only people staying there because even though it's a 3 floor hostel there is literally no one around. I had a 'great' meal of stirfyed cabbage - so glad Suze and I bought all that fruit and veg the other day. Afterwards we spent some time using the wi-fi giving updates to everyone about our pretty bleak situation. ...
... to China. Southland use to be mainly sheep farms but as the price for milk has greatly increased in New Zealand over the last 10+years, the 'better’ sheep grazing land has been changed for dairy cattle. Would you believe that a Dutch company grows and exports 45million tulip bulbs to Holland each year! The harvesting of the bulbs had just finished.
A visit to Invercargill cannot be complete without a drive out to Bluff to have the obligatory photo, but ...
... 800+ photos of sheep on my phone... (I'm convinced I should have a pet lamb, hence the reason I will be cutting lamb cuisine out of my diet). 5. I have found myself saying "sweet as!" just as much as people use "tiiiight" and "lording" in Breckenridge... (S/O to all you lords back home). 6. Ever since smart phones and GPS, I've always used those silly devices to navigate. Everywhere. Even if I know where I'm going. I love knowing ...