Homestead Villa Motel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... festivities. (http://www.bluffoysterfest.co.nz). The festival attracts lots of tourists and revolves around eating tonnes of oysters, drinking and listening to music. We could hear the bands playing and it sounded pretty good fun. It was sadly a little expensive for us to visit though, so this coincidence was not something we acted on, which in retrospect, was a bit of a shame. However, I did try some deep fried oysters in batter at the local fish and chip ...
Mum and I checked-out of our 'Bates Motel'/Psycho style motel and headed back to the hospital - happy days!! Back in the emergency apartment I was seen quickly by a nurse who said that all my ops were fine and I could leave if I wanted or I could stay and be seen by a consultant. Mum left me in the waiting room to go and collect all my prescribed drugs from the pharmacist in town. It always seems to be that when I'm alone, things go wrong. So whilst Mum is absent ...
This was a beautiful day. The weather was not behaving, but the scenery more than made up for it. We traveled through fjords and the hills were so high and the clouds were very low. So low were the clouds, that we could not see the top of the ragged hills. These were some of the steepest hills we have ever seen. The hills are made up of hard crystalline rocks. This area that we traveled through is called fiordland. There are 14 fiords in ...
Waitangi Day, Bank Holiday, commemorates the Maori and British signing of the Treaty to protect the different Maori Tribes. The start of this Bank Holiday was very much like any in Britain in that it was cold, wet and very windy! Still our journey has to continue and after a perfectly hot shower and breakfast we drove into the rain and wind. Our first stop was for Morning Tea at Kaka Bay, unfortunate name I know but I didn't do it! The bay was like most bays in the South Island really ...
Today we took a look around Invercargill and Bluff, getting supplies and fuel etc. before realising there wasn't really much there to look at with the weather as bad as it was! We soon moved on to Waipapa lighthouse which was nice and featured some sea lions, lots of rain, and some interesting information about the history of the lighthouse and the shipwrecks in the area (one of which is the Tararua which sank in ...