Birds Ferry Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Birds Ferry Lodge Westport
Travel Blogs from Westport
... waterfalls, caves and scenic lookout points. Nina and I were driving separately and passed and interesting sign on the side of the road - just a simple picture of a sheep. A minute later a lady drove up and let us know that a herd of sheep would be coming down the road, but it was fine to drive slowly and they would move around us. Both of us were happy to just wait for them to pass, so instead we parked the car. Seeing that we were waiting, the lady asked if ...
... but definitely 3 of the best weeks of our trip, it's also been so great to make more friends here too and get to see the country with them and all share our experiences together. It's hard to think of a highlight of our trip as there's just so many but we have both had the most amazing 3 months and feel very lucky to have seen so much in such a relatively short space of time. Thanks to everyone we've met along the way for adding to our trip and everyone at home, we'll see you all next ...
... the lake and mountains, but I almost bottled it when I saw the HUGE eels under the pontoon (see photo!!). We got to Westport and checked into our hostel and had a stormer getting an amazing ten bed suite for our 'kiwi family' of 10. The room has 5 bunks, 2 sofas p, a tv, a fire place, a kitchen and a bathroom! Safe to say we were very pleased with ourselves! In the evening our new bus driver, ...
... guinness to get Benny a nice hat. The day after, we went to the only attraction here, the seal colony on its cliffs and drove on to the Franz Josef Glacier
Despite our expectations, they weren't doing push-ups or weapons training. Also these seals were not to be put in a road..
... ice which we walk through until we come out the other side. It's pitch black so we have lots of torches and before entering and exiting Jon has to check where is safe as rocks and ice are continually falling. Next Jon takes us to a rock face which is about 70 metres high and tells us we are abseiling down. The rock is broken up into two parts first is about 30 metres which you do on your own and the last bit you ...