Clachan Cottage Hotel
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I am pretty new to this site and hoping to get some useful tips on what to see and do in South Island New Zealand for two weeks.
Myself and Girlfiend (Lynette) are both action junkies but that said we are both Zoologists who are hiring a camper fromthe 27th Nov to 12th Dec and touring round South Island. We fly into Christchurcha dn stay a night with a friend before heading north.
We are looking for a whistle stop tour with a ...
... the day before.....FISH AND CHIPS. We drove into several little towns on the drive to Cawdor but all either didn't have a chippy or were closed for the season. Disappointment after depressing disappointment; it was 2:30 and we still hasn't eaten lunch :( We gave up and decided to eat leftover bread and hummus instead. Then, just as we took the exit to Cawdor, I spotted something miraculous.... A restaurant serving fish and chips!!! And according to the sign it was ...
I am up nice and early today the alarm was set for 06:00 and I am aiming to be gone by 07:00, especially as I don't want to get stuck out in the dark again as it's another long day of 19 or so miles. I have definitely learnt from the other day (night).
All of us who are doing the WHW have had the same thought today and have all got up early, I feel a bit sorry for the other people in the hostel as the lights are on and everyone is banging doors and generally making ...
... thrones set up at the head of the room from which the king and queen would pass laws. Above the thrones are stained-glass windows with the crests of Mary Queen of Scots and her husband who was from the house of Tudor. The two of them had James VI of Scotland, who became James I of England, thereby uniting the thrones in 1650. James VI was the Scottish King and when Elizabeth I died without an heir, he was next in line for the English throne and became James I. He ...
We are now half way through our trip. My suitcase is definitely past its best but it is still doing the job.
We left Whitby by a road we had not been on before, that took us through a seaside place, Sandsend that was also very attractive, then inland to join a main road. The GPS is nice here as otherwise we would probably have taken the main road from the start. It took us across rolling countryside with sheep, cattle and stone walls as we went ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed