Artemis B & B

33 North West Arch, Twizel, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B is located on 33 North West Arch, Twizel.
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Travel Blogs from Twizel

The Chilly South

A travel blog entry by srwinterburn on Jun 08, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... thankful for: Being able to visit so much of this gorgeous country Good weather (most of the time) Having met good friends on the buses Safe travel and bus drivers who know what they are doing, even in cold conditions Continued health Time to relax and take stock for a few days Please pray for: Good weather in this final week Continued safe travel as we drive back up towards to north, and as I fly back up to Auckland Continued good health Renewed enthusiasm and ...

Twizel and Mt Cook

A travel blog entry by cathirving on Apr 19, 2014

... and cinema dedicated to one of NZ's most famous icons- the first man to reach the summit of Everest in 1953 and the first man to drive a vehicle to the South Pole! His story is amazing and inspiring and we spent most the the afternoon sheltering from the rain learning about Sir Ed. We were completely wrong in thinking in the morning our adventure to Mt Cook would be ruined by the ...

It cannot get better

A travel blog entry by colenewzealand on Mar 20, 2014

1 comment

... this was never my strong point) and there, at the far end of the lake, sits the highest mountain in New Zealand and the Southern Hemisphere. Mount Cook. It was stunning - completely clear and beautiful. Many photos from many angles later we were able to get back on our journey. Every so often we could glimpse the mountain range again but, resisting the temptation to take yet more photos, we journeyed on.

We ...

Lake Tekapo

A travel blog entry by simoncole on Feb 28, 2014

7 photos

... of pasture divided into plots of a couple of acres. Many were being watered by complex spidery contraptions which pivoted from one corner of the field. Some plots were stocked heavily with sheep or cattle. This went on for miles with no farm houses nor any habitation.


Day 136 - Lake Tekapo

A travel blog entry by costin on Feb 12, 2014

We left Arrowtown at 9 am, because we had a long way to drive today - we were hoping to make it to Christchurch. We got going straightaway, as we knew that there would be quite a few stops that we wanted to make along the way. The first of these stops was the Roaring Meg lookout, a lookout over some rapids and a hydro-electric dam.
For breakfast, we ended up in a nice little cafe in the middle of an industrial estate, because it was easy to stop at. It ...

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