A Culinary Experience Luxury B and B

Address: 15 Seawatch Way, Nelson, South Island, 7001, New Zealand | B&B
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    Mitchell's 20th birthday today

    A travel blog entry by michelle009 on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... everyone seemed very relaxed and focused and in good spirits. Had a nice catchup and finally found a shirt that fitted Mitchell that was the plainest one I could find. We then caught the train to Cremona, but in fact the train only went half way, so then had to catch the bus into Cremona. Finally found our accommodation, and was very pleased with the apartment, it was relativity new and very clean and tidy and good ...

    Off to Lake Mahinapua

    A travel blog entry by earthwanderers on Apr 20, 2015

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    ... walk by FAR was the seal viewing point where we could see numerous seals on the rocks below - and there were so many gorgeous pups! The four of us were fascinated, so we ended up standing there and admiring the view and watching them for so long. We were also at New Zealand's closest point to Australia. After picking up the others, and after a short drive, we stopped for another walk. We checked out the Punakaiki pancake rocks and blowholes. The pancake rocks are ...

    57. Whanganui to Nelson (7 days, 268 miles)

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Mar 30, 2015

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    ... remark-abull. Haha. As for Palmerston North, it was pretty unremark-abull, but well set up for city cycling and with views of the hills. Dat 14. Sunday 29th March. Palmerston North to Masterton. We woke today to the sounds of the triathlon going on in the park around us. It's always an inspiring thing to see lots of people out racing and having a go. Today was the World Cup Cricket final, New Zealand vs Australia in Melbourne. Having watched the fantastically exciting ...

    What's in a name?

    A travel blog entry by sea_tern on Mar 01, 2015

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    ... Anyway, one of the busiest tramping tracks is Abel Tasman National Park, a beautiful coastal walk on the north of the South Island. We thought we'd mix this one up a bit and spend one day hiking and two days kayaking, so we hired a company to deal with the logistics and provide our kayaks. We spent one night in a hut and the other on a backpacking hostel on a boat, both nights with a very nice group of German transplants ...


    A travel blog entry by chelsandadam on Feb 10, 2015

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    ... clear with lots of cool rock formation in the distance of the ocean waters. It was stunning. The sand felt like baking powder. It was so soft. We did a cool loop bush walk around the mountain and saw lots of amazing scenery. We stopped along a little food truck and got some fish and chips to end the day off, and continued ...