Birds Ferry Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... which has the distinction of being the first town in New Zealand to have electricity back in 1888. Reefton blazed into life in 1870 after gold bearing quartz was discovered in the hills above, earning the area it's nickname "Quartzopolis"
The town has 24 heritage listed buildings and a replica of a miner's hut. This was our main reason for going there as we'd read about the three bearded ex miners who bring history to life ...
... chilly at night especially snowy Mt Cook campsite! Interesting encounters with lots of fellow travellers, exchanging tips and experiences. Dramatic descent from Arthur's Pass to west coast and spectacular coastal drive northwards to Punakaiki, famous for pancake rocks and blowholes...... See photos. ...
After we left Kaiteriteri, we were headed for a place called Westport. Everyone had started to get to know everyone by this point on the coach. I met a Irish couple, Stacey and Carl, who were a good laugh and there was a big group of English gap students who are over here to work but are on holiday this week. Another bus joined us as well from the north island so all in all there's now about 60 to 70 of us on the trip. We stopped at Nelson ...
... even at the thought of going to the shops in their home city, decided to tackle their problems by going on the trip-of-a-lifetime. I suspect even being able to tell a stranger like me about this was a big step forward for them. I've met a 21-year-old student who lost her dad two years ago in particularly tragic circumstances. Shortly after his death, she was diagnosed with a virus which attacked her immune system and hospitalised her for weeks. She is ...
... from the road was beautiful, we had to pull over and take it all in. We followed the road for another 40kms or so to Punakaiki and the Paparoa National Park!! We made it just before 5pm! We parked up outside the visitor centre and took the path that lead us to the famous blowholes and Pancake Rocks! The walk took us about 20 minutes altogether, it was incredible! The scenery was amazing (reminding us of when we went on the Great Ocean Road way back in ...