Harbour View Motor Lodge
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... came for coffee, and enjoyable lunch out in the Esk Valley with Ian and Sharon. Cyclone Pam about to deliver lots of rain! We go to Palmerston North tomorrow, then cross to Picton on Tuesday. Hope the Cook Strait crossing isn't too bumpy! (ready with the sick ...
... our driver points out the layers of sandstone, volcanic ash, fossils and holes in the rock left by decaying trees. A very bumpy but fun ride. Barry confidently told Kath there was just a little slope up from the beach to reach the lighthouse and the gannet colony. On reaching the end of the outward journey we can see ahead the slope at the top of which is a small hut and some 'long drop' toilets. The slope ...
... site of one of two luxury golf resorts developed by US hedge fund manager Julian Robertson.
We then traveled along the Tukituki River, site of many wineries and lodges, including Craggy Range Vineyards started by Australian businessmen Steve Peabody, on encouragement from his wife and daughter.
En route we view a shepherd on his motorbike and his dogs at work with a ...
... lake. The area has lots of thermal activity with many bores and fissures, on our way to the famous Whakarewarewa Thermal Area and Waiotapu Thermal Wonderland. Just before we arrived at the Wonderland, we stopped at steaming mud lakes which bubbled and emitted steam.It was quite something to see. Arriving at Waiotapu
Wonderland, we walked throughout the site which included geysers, mud pools, ...
... the trip and he needed it today as it was very cold. I realised my hoodie wasn't warm enough so bought one from the ship's shop. Just as well as I had it, my padded vest and coat on and the wind was really cold.
We were picked up on the wharf by a young guy & his wife. Will was dressed in the 30's style with the 2 toned shoes, boater hat and stripped vest. His father and he built the train and the timber carriages were really well ...