The Terrace Motel
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... coming out for summer. The girl was local but the guy, Andy, was from Devon! He had a massive ego. About two hours later the photographers were surprised we were still there, and they asked us and an American to be in the background of some shots. So we were there for another hour, until we decided we were so prune-like it was best to leave. We've spent the evening planning the next few days - time is running away too fast! Who decided a month would be long ...
... the left in the Water. Later I drove on the World Heritage Road 6 towards Haast my Destination for today since the HWY to Wanaka is closed at night because of Rockslides. Stopped at Bruce Bay where I met Bruce " not kidding" an somewhat gruffly Individual which I noticed from far away on the Beach sporting an bright orange Sweater Jacket and I wanted to see what he was doing..... he got an prospector License and is in search of Gold.... I ...
... glaciers in the distance was epic. We pulled onto Cron Street off Highway 6 and parked up at the Franz Glacier camper van park, we paid for a powered site costing us $29 for the night. After a little bit of dinner courtesy of our kitchenette we drove round the corner to the Glacier Hot Pools!! It cost us $44 to go in but it was so worth it, we got straight into the 40 degree pool which was steaming! The pools are surrounded by native plants and ...
... of the beautiful valley and the blue glacier. When you will be in New Zealand you cannot miss these 2 highlights.
Again we were lucky for taking pictures and it did not rain at all. We went back to the car and we even have not noticed that we already had spent 5 hours on the road. We ended the day by buying a bottle of local wine and the next day we woke up early because we were travelling further up ...
... only in time for people to book their activities for the next day, before heading to our accommodation. This resulted in a climax to an on going issue which had been a laughing subject on the bus, around the seats that people occupied. As tends to happen, people develop comfort zones when in new situations, always sitting in the same seats. If you use public transport to commute, or are regularly in a place where there are seats available but no official ...