Glenalvon Lodge Motel and B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGlenalvon Lodge Motel and B&B Hanmer Springs
It was very clean and the room was huge! Good location right by the thermal springs and only a two minute walk to the village. Free coffee, tea and towels.
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Day 919 I had such writers block when I originally started this entry. Basically I rewrote it all. Just after the last post we decided on a departure date from Blenheim. It was for September first, also the first day of spring. This date has now come and gone and we are back on the road after a long eight months at Leeways.
To kick off our …
... has been very kind to us. It has only rained during the night on a couple of occasions. We were lucky to get to go on a helicopter ride to Franz Josef as the day before and day after were both rained out. The temperature has ranges between 16 and 30 but mostly around 24. Not looking forward to Melbourne's hot weather when we get back.
... with little island of rocks dotted about in the sea nearby. We carried on driving through Lewis' Pass, which is a road with mountains on either side for many miles. There is also Arthur's Pass further south on the island which is similar, but Sam said the landscape was more barren and less green. Lewis' Pass was beautiful! We arrived in Hanmer Springs, a cute little ...
... how the Lifeguard had asked her who was she with, what was her daddy’s name and where had she come from. The cutest thing to this last question was she answered ‘I came from England’ bless her. She was a little shaken, nothing that a chocolate fish didn’t sort out (yes a chocolate fish). It was strange to me at first but it’s a delicious chocolate in the shape of a fish, which is a popular treat here. We had a little walk around the town, and were spoilt ...
Another lovely day. Out for an early morning walk before the rest of the family got up. Up so early, that I was out before sunrise! (at about 8am at the moment, so not too hard to do), Nice to see the sun touching the tops of the Kaikoura ranges.
Inland route Kaikoura to Hanmer Springs while scenic, very windy and slow going. Had a ...