Birds Ferry Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Birds Ferry Lodge Westport
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... throat as you swallowed it. Nice. On the long walk back to the hostel (not) there were so many shooting stars! So beautiful to get to just stand and watch them for a while! Will & Nicole completely missed out despite mine and Jonah's best efforts to get them to stop, but it was bloody freezing by this point. After all having a cup of tea (living up to our fab English stereotype) we headed to bed all agreeing to definitely be up for breakfast the next ...
... the loosest possible sense, we paid $20 each and were served samples of 8 different beers, each poured into two 2 litre bottles and left for us to help ourselves. The next one not being poured until the previous was all gone. There wasn't much explanation of the brewing process or the beers themselves, it was more a case of 'go hard, of go home' or so we were told by Marc, who just so happened to be from Gravesend back home and who just ...
... have been scared staying there alone! Despite the sound of rain on our roof all night, the weather in the morning was a lot better than the past few days. We made the short drive to the car park where the walk finishes and then got a shuttle bus to the start. For the next six hours we were walking up and down mountains for 19.4km and witnessing some amazing sights. Although 19.4km doesn't sound a massive distance, some of the hills and terrain made it tough and it ...
Day 197 We we up early to use the toilet, a daunting challenge first thing when the toilet block is a 300 metre dawn walk through a forest. However, there was some fantastic silver lining to the situation. On our way back we wandered down to the lake to cop a peek at the view. Across the water and above the trees on the other side loomed Mount Cook, crowned by two slices of glorious pink, where the rosy sunrise was striking its highest slopes (possibly the ...
... came out of me and I ended up half being in charge of the fire and collecting wood to stop it going out, as we were having such a nice evening. We were staying in a hostel but we got the option to sleep in a tent, so me and the girls did and it was such like an old school sleepover, it was great.
We woke up in the morning ...