Braemar Motor Lodge
- Minbar in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... you could only cook these in an oven or on a BBQ and we had neither. Luckily I am resourceful and after a stint in the microwave and the frying pan I managed to rustle us up a tasty dinner. The next day we drive into Wellington. Unfortunately the weather was no better and it was pretty dead. I'd heard great things about Wellington but with such a short time there it was hard to tell. We treated ourselves to a lovely brunch, checked out ...
... the boys went to the bach again to go fishing and diving. On the Saturday we chilled out in our pyjamas and then went into town and had sushi and got the groceries, then had a lovely dinner that evening. On the Sunday it was a bit wet but we went to a nature reserve at Mount Bruce and saw native birds including a kiwi and a white kiwi which was white because it had a genetic deformity. Even though it was raining we managed to see a few birds outside in ...
... his aunty Rachel. We went to the local domain (park). Went to visit his mum Maureen who works in local pub the Merryless. Pub has a room off it with small arcade and there is also a betting shop in the pub...no excuses to leave when inside. Quiet night in with Kathleen and Tony, had 5 beers which is the most I've had since being on ...
... else! We headed north on the highway stopping at a lovely beach for some lunch. There was all sorts going on...even fishing with throw nets! We stopped there for an hour or so. Then we got to our campsite and found our spot. It was so hot, we ended up going for a walk down the river bank which had been turned into a lovely shady walk...between that, dinner and a glass of wine there isn't much more to say! Sorry no photos again today but again there wasn't much to show ...
... a boat. Parked out on his yard. He also has two old motorhomes that clearly don't motor anymore. But insteading of condeming these things to the dump he has made them livable on land. He was a very nice guy and we enjoyed our stay.
At dusk we found these comfy cairs that looked out over the ocean. The perfect spot for a couple of beers. We had just spent the day exausting ourselves driving, wandering the city and ...