Gothic Heights Motel
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... checked him in so he could drop his big pack and then walked down to the Dominos to get some dinner since he was really hungry. Came back to the hostel and ate and it was delicious. I showed him our foodstuffs and he doesn't like eggs! What is the world coming to! It actually is going to work out sort of ok though; he doesn't like most of what I bought which is good because I spent a lot of money on it and I sort of selfishly want to eat it myself.
... 8211; I actually stopped driving at one point because the rain was so heavy. The braided rivers that we have come to know in the South Island had all become raging torrents, milky grey waters swirling down previous dry rocky river beds, taking bushes, trees and rocks with them. Sadly we crossed a bridge where the day before two people had perished after driving through the
wooden structure – the place marked by the ubiquitous orange netting and the presence ...
... Hostel 1. Nomads, Queenstown - had it all 2. River Valley - defines 'idyllic, secluded lodge' 3. Kaiteriteri - opposite crazy golf helps a lot! Favourite Random Things 1. Pac'n'Save - would move to NZ just to have it as my local grocery store. 2. Honey Roasted Peanuts - didn't like nuts before came out. Now a staple food. 3. Laughing at zoomed in photos of people's faces - brung so much joy. Favourite Activity 1. Barberry Bill - beer, boat, sunshine = win 2. Bungee Jumping - ...
... pairing still hadn't started, Mark snuck away to the bar to get us a few glasses of Pinot Noir to help wash down the cheese.
Once the cheese tasting was complete, they brought us around a few savory dishes to enjoy that included chocolate and cheese in the recipe. But finally, it was time for the wine. They handed out the tastings and we began tasting some very mediocre wines. One of them was particularly strange. The woman asked us ...
... the silver sand and the brightness of the moon and stars in the clear night sky. We were now getting use to this camping lark. After another quick dip in the sea the following morning we set off on our lengthy drive down the West Coast, again marvelling at the most extraordinary roads we have ever driven. On one side skirting Paparoa National Park, dense, fern-filled forest interspersed with tiny neglected settlements that once housed the miners who flocked there and on the other, ...