Bush Walk Bed & Breakfast Homestay

15 Hunt Terrace, Nelson, South Island, 7025, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B is located on 15 Hunt Terrace, Nelson.
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Travel Blogs from Nelson

Home sweet Home

A travel blog entry by shirleyjack on Jul 07, 2014

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... of chips with six fish fingers. One way to kill what started out as six hours waiting is to figure out whether we would meet our connecting flight and where we would stay the night if need be. I rang Air nz and eventually got two seats for Monday which cost the change fee of $80 each plus $40each for the difference in fare. Then we used booking.com to get a room at the Airport Gateway Motor Lodge. It was almost time to meet our assister who got us to our gate which was ...

Richmond Alpine Track

A travel blog entry by neil.scannell on Apr 05, 2014

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... the proverbial towel. We reside in Slaty Hut tonight, elevation 1,400 meters. The wind howls, the fire crackles, and the body needs rest. Into my sleeping bag I go, for tomorrow we walk the ridges. 4/3/14 The trail climbs to a treeless summit of a small, weathered mountain. Once at the top, we stay there...at least for a little while. We walk along a beautiful ridge of mountains with stunning views. In each direction there are mountains rolling one after another with ...

Abel Tasman - another great walk + great animals

A travel blog entry by hamburgtogo on Mar 30, 2014

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... we had to cross a part of the trek at low tide (saving some time ;-) ) therefore we were speeding up a bit. The Abel Tasman parc is very nice, you walk in nice rainforest, sometimes a bit up and down but always with great beach views in between or you even walk sometimes over the beach. Quite a nice trek. At around 17:00 we reached our campsite. It was placed at a great spot between the ocean and sometimes flooded inlet (depending on tide). Always great to have ...

Day 46 - Westport to Kawatiri Junction (113 miles)

A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Mar 02, 2014

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... wave away sandflies whilst I'm trying to minimise any opening of non insect netted openings and happily sitting here in short sleeve shirt and crop trousers! Although we do have itching bites from previous sandfly encounters. Surprisingly there does seem to be an enormous number of bumble bees which seem intent on crashing into our windows. Tea's almost ready, just opened the vents to let our fellow campers share the delicious aroma of the satay chicken Gill's rustled ...

From Apple Branch to Box

A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Feb 17, 2014

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... QC staff also receive phytosanitary training which helps them identify pests. They will check through whole boxes of apples from the line for presence of:pests, spoilage or blemishes to ensure that the infra red and human graders are doing their job correctly. The team will carefully check at least 600 apples from each production run! The boxes of apples can only be released for despatch once the QC team are happy that all quality standards have been met.

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