Bentleys Motor Inn
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Today we drove from Timaru to Nelson, where we spent a night so we could go out with our friends Martin & Caroline.
There are people you come across in your life who are just so genuine, kind and lovely to be around, and this couple is all of those things, we really enjoy spending time with them.
We went out for dinner first …
... caveman. The verdict in his words "they were yum and a bit like crunchy chicken".
For a mna with the most basic pallette going, you are are bloody legend Jetty Boy! Big Respect.
After a good nights sleep at the hotel we said our goodbyes to Beijing and have spent the last 24hrs getting back via Hong Kong and Auckland.
We have now arrived home. What will be our next adventure??? Only time will tell.
... roadside reserve where our houses had been. Whole streets have been cleared away…… strange to see! We spent more than an hour at the Museum and certainly recommend it as a place to visit. There was a parking area at the rear that catered for large units so no hassle finding a park. We drove south and stopped for lunch near the old Irirangi Navy base.
The countryside has changed as we’ve driven along – from dairy farms ...
Finally, back home. It felt so good to be back in Aotearoa once again. We flew down to here from Auckland (AKL) in the dark so we couldn't see much on the way back. When we turned up in Palmerston North it felt so good to be walking on Palmy ground. Mr Walsh/Stan, the Assistant Principal at L.A.C., somebody in our home group/ was in ...
... guess that happens when we stop a lot. Vw still going strong, but needing a drink of oil soon!! The old engine leak has come back now, so don't know whats going on there!!
Got to camp- hot fine weather Yah
We took some photos of some land marks along the way but lost count of where they’ re ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Bentley's have fantastic motel rooms. This is one of the most spacious rooms I've ever stayed in, complete with a 2 person spa pool (which I really loved!).
Breakfast is provided, however this was pretty average, I'd recommend eating at one of the many lovely cafes in the area.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.