Argrove Lodge Bed & Breakfast

Address: 191 Bells Road, Blenheim, South Island, 7272, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 191 Bells Road, Blenheim, is near Bubbly Grape Wine Tours (Marlborough), Wine Tours By Bike, Quilter's Barn - Mud Hut Complex, and Kohe Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Blenheim

    Southern Hospitality

    A travel blog entry by brixhambertie on Feb 27, 2015

    156 photos

    ... for reinforcements to lay proper claim to the area the English snuck in and claimed it for retains a French feel though, with street names and areas showing a Gallic influence. We had a really nice day out with lots of - exploring of places we hadn't visited before and Diana helped me with my new camera (F stops, exposure, AV, TV – I'm slowly getting there thanks to her help!)

    We enjoyed the Canterbury Rodeo and another one at Richmond. I know ...

    Friends, Fruit, and the Worst Ketchup EVER

    A travel blog entry by kduntley on Feb 23, 2015

    ... in the US it's the passenger seat. People always laugh and then I go, "EVERY TIME!!! GAHH!" and they think it's even funnier...I'm glad to provide entertainment.

    That's all I can think of right now, but I'm sure I'll come up with more eventually. Sorry for the lack of photos this week, I didn't take my camera out sailing because I took so many last week and just wanted to enjoy being out there without worrying about pictures. Next time there will be more!

    Rats Tails, Stick Wielders and Lakes (Oh My)

    A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Feb 01, 2015

    14 photos

    ... this may seem a slight exaggeration, and that what may have happened was that I simply took offence to The Rats Tail (and the town itself); but neigh this is not so. I only speak in truths.
    After escaping Invercargill we made for Bluff which I must confess was equally as depressing. It was an industrial town at the very tip of New Zealand and rumours spoke of one of New Zealand's oldest colonial towns, but no such history remained from what I could see. Despite ...

    Journey's Beginning

    A travel blog entry by sjames on Nov 26, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... is an annual event. The village women and children gather to tie torn strips of clear plastic bags to every branch and twig of a dead tree, which the men have brought to the breezy eating hut beside Sulpecia's house. Decorations are crafted from corn husks and bamboo and coloured plastic bags. It truly was beautiful. Sulpecia invited me to their annual Christmas party for the children. This is an event she had been organising for the kids for quite a few years. ...

    Southern introduction

    A travel blog entry by amio_campers on Nov 03, 2014

    6 photos

    ... gently emerges out of a limestone cavern and the whole place has a pretty special feel to it. The resurgence is also a sacred place for the Maori people. The water here is by far the most crystal clear that either of us have ever seen, it really was impressive! Again a swim would have been amazing and was very tempting, however this water was even colder – no chance!

    Now off to a proper campsite for the night to get showered and clean and recharge our ...