A Culinary Experience Luxury B and B

15 Seawatch Way, Nelson, South Island, 7001, New Zealand | B&B
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Braided Rivers, Mountains High

A travel blog entry by brixhambertie


... bucket list” for some time. It is right at the end of Marlborough Sounds down a long, narrow gravel road.

We found a tiny camp site in Okiwi Bay, not specifically for NZMCA members but you would be hard pushed to know about it if you weren't a member. We got talking to several of the other “movanners” there. One or two were heading out to the next bay – Elaine Bay but no further. Our “next door neighbours” ...

New Zealand- North Island

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey


... down 'Cuba street'; a street full of interesting shops and cafés. This area was still busy despite the weather. We soon realized how expensive some stores were when I seen some shoes I had purchased in Calgary for $70, for $280 in this specialty mountain shop. Another outrageously prices item we had seen the previous day was a t-shirt for $175! This is at a currency conversion of 1.10 CND is 1.00 NZD. We did end up finding some good deals on a few clothing items. It ...

Stuart, Sea Lions and Stripping Naked!!

A travel blog entry by abirdjbird


... some of these places we head to there really is not a lot going on except to see a lot of jade workshops (the green necklaces called Pounamu)! In case you hadn't realised we are a little strapped for cash so we decided not to surf in NZ and save that for Bali which meant for us in Westport there really wasn't anything to do. We had a pretty sweet hostel and were lucky to bump into people from our North bus so hung out with them and camped again, did I mention at night time in New Zealand ...

Lead up to Christmas down under :-)

A travel blog entry by katandpete


... or over zealous health and safety here. As long as you sign a disclaimer you can do what you like. So in the 3 hours we spent on the glacier we crawled through tunnels only just big enough for a grown adult to get through (and I mean JUST). We climbed through crevasses, we investigated ice caves and generally had a lot of fun :-) During one of our rest breaks we were visited by a cheeky Kea bird that apparently hangs around groups of unsuspecting tourists waiting to pinch ...

Exploring the Abel Tasman National Park

A travel blog entry by mikeandrachel

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... first time since Vietnam, and everywhere you go around the city you hear the usual
Christmas songs (many of which mention snow) which we just can’t get used to.

Nelson only has a population of around 40,000, so it really is a tiny city. Over the last few days we have been on yet more walks - New Zealand must be the capital of walking!

We have walked to the centre of New Zealand, where ...

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