Parklands Motor Lodge Timaru
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... was try and hump his brothers, as well as Courtney's Boxer, Tyke! I met the three pigs who stank and squealed a lot! They were cute though! Although I was a bit disturbed when Sarah said they needed fattening up before they killed them! Tommy was burning a huge fire which Matt chucked on some of his carpet he had just ripped up at the house. After the guys had finished dousing the fire in diesel and turning the ...
Today we went to St. Claire beach in a small town called Timaru along the east coast! Not much to do in this town but we thought that we would stop and see some of the waterfront and do some beach walks. We waited for the sunset and to kill some time saw a beautiful rose garden filled with many different ...
... not all original (we don't know) is in the old style.
The Scottish receptionist at our Dunedin motel (who came from Forres) recommended a stop at Riverstone which describes itself as a gift/hardware store. Every square inch of several big corrugated iron sheds was filled with giftware and Xmas items, household hardware, cake decorating items etc.etc. For those of you who know the Spotty Bag shop in Banff it was like that multiplied by 10?. Close by it is a ...
The long drive to mount cook, three hours with no one in sight. We just saw a mountain climb out of the horizon. Oh I sound so poetic :) Mount cook is the tallest point in New Zealand, something that was discussed at length in the car as I couldn't remember of what it was the tallest peak, but alas it is only the tallest point in New Zealand. Upon arrival, we were too early to check in- a testimony to the early start we ...
... little Mexican place right in town for dinner, as most of
you know I love Mexican food and the cuisine in New Zealand is a mixture of
Queenstown is this quaint little town right on the water. There’s little shops everywhere
and a mall near the center of the town. Someone told me it’s like the adventure
capital of New Zealand. And I agree. I’m planning on going skydiving ...