Bush Walk Bed & Breakfast Homestay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Nelson
... The only time that writing was visible in the movie was when it was created via special effects. They do offer the option to buy an officially licensed replica of the ring for the bargain price of $1800. Needless to say, we wont be coming back with any Hobbit souvenirs like that.
While we've been out walking around town we've come to notice that motorists here have little or no regard for pedestrians. It doesn't matter if ...
... us both of Lake Louise in the winter.
Back at the car we continued on to Nelson, where we found it sunny, and some what warm. A look at the forecast showed us that the weather was good on Sunday, rotten on Monday, and after that the rest of the week would be improving. Since our legs were starting to get antsy, we decided on a hike for Sunday, relaxing on Monday, and on Tuesday trying for a 3-4 day trip in the Richmond Ranges. ...
... imposing forest covered hills, so steep and so green! The sky was blue, and barely a cloud in sight. I can now see why this is one of the worlds most scenic ferry crossings. Then as I thought it couldn’t get any better, a gathering of at least 35 dolphins swam right past us, first of all playfully swimming along, and then suddenly on a mission, swimming at great speeds in the opposite direction. This was all topped off with the spotting of some adorable little ...
... yet the views are astonishing. From the summit, Mt Rintoul Hut is only a km away. But is not an easy km. Again the face is dangerous and rocky. We descend about 300 meters into a forest before descending another 200 meters to our hut. The hut here has a killer view, plenty of firewood, and water! We take shelter here from the evening elements of nature and sit in a toasty hut. Our feet ache and our legs are jello, but we feel accomplished. The rewarding feeling ...
... walking on the bus.. Then continued our drive to the fox glaciers..fox glaciers was nice..not the best..i reckon it would be better in the winter with all the snow..the ice from the glaciers at the bottom isnt fresh so it looked a little dirty..ive heard lots of people say it’s amazing there so I guess we must have just not gone at the right time..that evening Craig took us to search for glow worms..okay so this was an experience in itself..Craig made us stand in a row like ...