Tower Junction Motor Lodge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We woke and grabbed a shuttle into town to start our whale watching excursion. The "awaiting confirmation" notice next to the 10am departure suggested there may be an issue and sure enough it promptly changed to "severe sea sickness warning". The footnote advised they were averaging 1-2 whale sightings per cruise and I reckoned that throwing up for …
Quake City – Christchurch. After a few days stay in this incredible city, it is so hard to sit and write a blog entry. Your feelings and emotions are so mixed – there is devastation and destruction everywhere, from the city centre out to the coastline of New Brighton and across to Port Lyttleton. Majestic old buildings built towards the end of the 1800s, are left standing in tatters - newer skyscrapers are taped off and ...
Day 28: After an early start we hit the road to Tekapo which was a long drive but with lots of stops on the way. First stop was Shag point just north of Dunedin to see if we could spot any seals or penguins - the seals we did see but unfortunately not the right time of day for penguins. We continued on to the Moeraki boulders which were big spherical boulders all along the beach, random but pretty impressive. Just before we got to Lake Tekapo we ...
... exhibition also made from shipping containers. As there was wifi we quickly signed in and were suddenly surprised by an angry drunk who began insulting us as we had no cigarette for him and said that English people were spongers. I immediately turned in to sarcastic wind up mode and had a bit of fun with him. He apparently was the curator for the exhibition, but he was doing a good job at getting rid of customers. We decided to go in anyway and without warning he ...
A beautiful morning with great views across Akoroa harbour. First things first, we needed to pack, then it was off around the peninsula to Lyttleton where we had lunch. I had not appreciated that the town had been hit hard by the earthquakes and lost much of its historic buildings. So lots of construction. Then on to return our motorhome about 2.30, Once established in our hotel we visited the Antarctic Centre. Lots of info about ...