Westport Spa Motel
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the cliff with overhanging ledge. Reminded me of the bend in the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. I tried to take some photos for a panorama, but the light was too dark, so time will tell how I go. Westport is an old gold, but more notably a coal mining town. To us it doesn't have much going for it at all! We did get acquainted with whitebait fritters and some very friendly blokes in a pub. The fritters were delicious and I will be looking for these ...
... peaks. Such a contrast in scenery in one vision. We camped up in a campervan site this night so we could recharge the van. That evening I learnt from Facebook that two of my friends from the Outback tour of Australia were in Franz Josef. We never intended to meet up so soon because they got to New Zealand before me and were travelling it on a bus, so should have been a week ahead on everything. However due to the weather they have had many ...
... from part 1 was indeed a girl. Anyway, I packed the car like a Tetris master and then we headed to Nelson. Nelson is at the top of south island if you're trying to map out this trip in your head. You're probably not though. Driving never gets old with the scenery surrounded by us. The general rule is if you curse in amazement when looking at something while driving we pull over so we can look at it for longer. It's a good system. We arrived in Nelson in like 2ish ...
... had been sucked into a massive vacuum. The plane bounced a little with the weight loss of losing 3 people at once. I was next....almost instantly we (my tandem man, Herb - a really cool and laid back guy with dreads), and me were in the same position. I put my head and legs back, in a banana shape, just like I was supposed to. He asked if I was good, I shouted "YEAHHH!" (more in fear than excitement) and that 'going over a bridge in a car' feeling came ...
... to be hungover. Our highlights were the IPA, the SIPA, a seasonal IPA and the Green Fern, an award winning premium organic larger. Two hours later, and after a bonus sausage sizzle we had the opportunity to buy said 2 litre bottles, the most expensive of which was $16 and you could save $2 if you brought your own bottle! Needless to say we had enjoyed the samples enough to pass on this offer, as tempting as it was. The Trip Inn hostel ...