Harrogate Gardens Motel
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We spent a couple days in Hanmer Springs. A small little resort town with beautiful scenery with many things to do, but for dollars, sooo we decided to do some natural and FREE bush walks and hiking up to some lookouts! Spent some time eating some ice cream in the park and enjoying a little outside market that went on during the afternoon! Really relaxing and beautiful. After a couple of glasses of wine Adam ...
The heavens opened overnight, as we tried to drive out of the campsite the roads were flooded and there were landslides all over the roads! We made Sam get out of the car and wade through the water in his flip flops to guide us through the flood, hahaha! We stopped at Cape Foulwind so that Sam could see some seals, it's all he's been going on about! The scenery here was ...
... chicken grilled sandwich which had meditaranian roast vegetables, grilled chicken, avocado, aioli and fresh rocket (writing it down so I can attempt to recreate at home). Jake had a roast vegetable salad and I had food envy it was so good. Lily must have been hungry after all that swimming because she did not stop eating, pointing to everyone's food saying "some" "taste". She crashed as soon as she got in the car and slept the 2 hours to ...
... So we were back on the road and motoring along at a good steady pace, we made it back to the glaciers after a couple of hours, stopped off at the Four Square supermarket for supplies and quickly moved on. A couple of hours later we pulled in at Lake Ianthe for a spot of lunch which was beautiful down by the lake. We drove back through Ross and Hokitika and headed for Greymouth. (During our road trip so far we have passed countless creeks ...
A life of luxury; as we left beautiful Kaikoura this morning we saw a big cruise ship in the bay. I Googled it and found they were doing a 3 week NZ expedition at a cost of $30,500 - $54,000 for 2 people.
133 km trip back into the mountains. "Rejuvenation or heart racing adventure"...Whether it's thrills you want on the WaiaRiver, mountain bike or horse riding, skiing in winter or relaxing in ...