Harrogate Gardens Motel
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... after at work and again they have let us explore the site free of charge! Another massive saving and again nice to meet the team! There is so much to learn and do here. They have a 4D cinema, some little blue penguins, an Antarctic storm experience plus a Hagglund ride. Plus different accounts from people that have been exploring there. Some facts that we learnt are: Antarctica is the coldest, driest and windiest place on earth It is the worlds 5th largest continent and ...
... a small pod of 5-6 Orcas came into the bay and very near the beach in search of some lunch. Stunning and hard to describe the feeling of seeing those beauties that close and so unexpectedly - clearly it was the news of the day amongst the guides and staff at the farm, they have only seen Orcas in the bay a few times over the past 40 years.
This morning we were transported off the farm and back to civilization - a rude awakening after such an amazing few days. ...
I apologize for not posting, but I did not have any wifi at all this weekend. On Saturday, after Lachy's basketball game, we drove about 2 hours north to Hanmer Springs. The Starks own a house up there which they usually rent out when they aren't using it.
Hanmer Springs is a bit boring. I took a bike ride while we were there, and it took me about 15 minutes to bike to ...
... for accommodation at Christchurch so we bought some online time with the park so we could look at options. For a while we thought we'd be camping out at the airport but finally managed to get a powered site Friday and one of the last motel rooms available for Saturday night.
There is a big flower show on this weekend. Whether that is totally responsible or just one of the big events on we don’t ...
... at the beginning, then sidled upwards to the bivvy. The others beat us by about half an hour and were just getting ready to head off to Lake Man when we arrived. We had some lunch and Andy headed up to the bushedge for some photos, then it was time to head back downhill again. Due to the terrain this took us the same time to get down as it ...