Ashbury Park Motel

Address: 131 Evans Street, Timaru, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, 7910, New Zealand | B&B
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First day at Zoe's house

A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Oct 05, 2015

I was planning on sleeping in today but I woke up around 8 a clock and had a shower. I was very quiet but because Zoe's room is next to it, the sound of the running water woke her up and she woke her sister up and then everyone was a wake. So after the shower we all had breakfast together. Dana and Zoe had both appointments in town. On Caroline beach they found an elephant seal around the 20th September witch ...

Mt Cook and a change of plan

A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Oct 02, 2015

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... good decision, as we certainty freezing cold and wet by the time we arrived back at the car with the weather only getting worse. A shame that we couldn't enjoy Mt Cook as we have the Tongariro mountains and all the beautiful countryside elsewhere, but our luck had been near-perfect so it seems unfair to complain. Back in the car I was able to remove all my wet clothes and warm up, whilst Gemma took up role of driver. A less windy return trip as we exited the ...

A day out to Mount Cook.

A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Feb 26, 2015

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Slept fairly well, though do tend to wake up in the middle of of the night. Up at eight and it was grey, cloudy and 9c. We left for a day out visiting Mount Cook, which was really kind as Keith was to drive from 9.30 until 6 in the evening. Heading west we went across the coastal plain, up valleys and through small towns and passes until we reached clear skys, sun and the tiny community at the south end, rather ...

Hiking Aoraki/Mount Cook

A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Feb 03, 2015

... at the front door. Our guides were both transplants from Japan. We hitched a ride to the campground and the start of the trail on the hotel bus (which, had it been covered in flowers would have been the perfect hippie van from 1973). The campground was at the very beginning of the Hooker Valley trail and was on the site of the first Hermitage Hotel. From 150 years ago, there was a glacier on the mountain right behind the former Hermitage. In the early 1900s, it ...

Rud Stewart!!

A travel blog entry by langardi on Jan 04, 2015

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After some debate and several changes of mind we opted to head south towards Timaru. The NZ roads are surprisingly good, straight and quick, in this part of the country. Good progress was made and our new Mercedes van (sorry campervan) with a mere 200,000 km on the clock, coped admirably. Well you come all this way and playing in the park is Rud ...