BEST WESTERN Townsman Motor Lodge
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... The final stop along the coast was Nugget Point. Just off the coast are the Nuggets, which are a curious sight as the layers in the rocks are vertical instead of horizontal. There is also an old lighthouse and, of course, seals lazing about on the rocks below.
That night we headed away from the coast to a place called Sinclair Wetlands. Surprisingly, the weather cleared up that night to reveal an amazing sky. Not much light pollution in this part of the ...
... Southland), and so we drove off to our caravan park which turned out to be a tiny one near the centre of town - it only had 15 drive-in sites and no playground but plenty of grassy areas and trees. Everything was clean and new-ish, so despite its very small size, it was a fairly pleasant place to stay.
While Donna did another load of washing ready for our upcoming days in the mountains and lakes area, the boys kicked the footy around for a while, ...
... when we really struggled to pull a few tubes off the suckers so we could change them over. There were a lot of groans coming from Dong Geun's side as he tugged and pulled the tubes, fearing they would snap. I did chuckle to myself and mutter the words 'drama queen', which I don't think helped the situation (my mum will tell you, I'm not the most sympathetic person).
We finally got the tubes off and everything was back on track. The cows had been waiting on ...
... land speed record in 1967 at the Bonneville salt flats on his Indian scout motorcycle. the bike is also on display at the hardware store. I drove to the hardware store and walked inside. I talked to the man working there and I mentioned I was there to look at Burt Munro`s motorbike and memorabilia. the man said go through that doorway to your left and Burt`s stuff is in there. I walked through the doorway and ...
... such as legs, French racks, shoulders, loin etc. From the boning line the cuts are separated onto different lines across the room and are vacuum packed and boxed ready to be shipped. I was amazed at how a full lamb’s carcass entered the room and then left with cuts in different boxes going to different countries all around the world. The majority of the product for the UK is usually packed into clear plastic as it is repacked, often in Modified Atmosphere ...