Scenic Route Motor Lodge
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... many flowers in bloom and I got some lovely shots. No idea what most of them are called, but they looked beautiful! There is quite a large vintage car and farm machinery museum in town, but we only saw it in passing. Looked really good. Next stop will be Akaroa and that will be our last stop with ...
... where we were able to see the number one attraction of the Giant Jersey (Kemp and Ela it is exactly as described in the book!). This big, knitted, patchwork jumper is a Guinness World Record Holder at 7ft x 5ft and is displayed in a knitting shop, surprise surprise. As warned by Joe Bennett in his book, The Land of Two Halves, we didn't ask too many questions or pay $2 to view the mosaic of the Bayeux Tapestry made out of a million broken teeth from a 9RJ36 double ...
I am know back in Christchurch for the last time.
I recently arrived back from Mt. Cook where I again had am amazing time.
I was very lucky. Most the time Mt. Cook is covered in clouds but for the two days I was there the sky was clear.
I went on two hikes while at Mt. Cook. You need to check out the photos. The landscape is beautiful.
Tomorrow I will be touring Christchurch which still is under construction since the 2011 earthquake.
... in Timaru and were allocated site 60 After some fiddling around & some expert advice from the site manager we achieved connectivity to the mains grid and cooked dinner. Summer it is not as everyone agrees as it is forecast to be around freezing tonight!! After opening her kiwi advent calendar Nia snuggled down under a thick duvet and 2 fleece blankets in the sleeping quarter above the drivers ...
... to the rescue! We raced our rainclouds along the freeway in a desperate attempt to beat them to the mountains. It was a race we couldn’t quite win as once more we were faced with a washout day. Luckily for us this coincided with a long drive, so by the time we did reach our camp for the night, the day had nearly ended. It’s technically not a true washout day if we had planned to be in the van all along; at least that’s what ...