Tower Junction Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 …
... place on earth'! The sheer rock faces that plummet into the sea, the falling waterfalls carving out the Rock and the stunning wildlife. The cherry on top of the cake for the beauty of New Zealand South Island. Spent most of the journey back napping before getting back to Queenstown in the early evening. We then prepared to go out for our final proper night on the town, good evening with great people. My final day in Queenstown was spent moving from our lovely Nomads hostel into ...
... and want to make the most of the freedom we have with Lachlan not yet being committed to school five days a week. We lay on the bed discussing the viability of getting our employers to give us a year's leave while still having the security of being able to come home to jobs - this seemed doable. We discussed clearing all debt - (we didn't have a lot but it would have to be the priority), and being able to focus solely on saving for our trip of ...
... in total instead of two and a half. Although really it wasn't that bad getting to Australia, but there's just so much to see here and New Zealand looks to be a stunningly beautiful country. We flew over the alps on the way to Christchurch and they looked incredible. It's sort of funny - it took us less than thirty minutes to fly from coast to coast going east to west which seems so small but it's going to take the better part of a day to drive back that ...
... around the sleepy little village. I didn't realise Sam was so fluent in French. Apparently 'Rue De Malmanche' (a street name) translates to 'it's just up there'....who knew! We found a little walk from the lighthouse up to the Britomart Monument. We checked into our hotel (L'Hotel) and went for a walk, we happened to stumble across a bar where it was happy hour so would have been rude not to stop for a drink! The population of Akaroa and the bays is 675 people, ...