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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... clear glacial waters and is the most beautiful turquoise colour. It is a very popular rowing venue where a large complex is built. As with most of these freshwater lakes they are stocked with trout and this one has two salmon farms in it. Our holiday park is another member of the Kiwi parks which we are quite fond of. The facilities are first rate and clean. Only $38 for the ...
... be in for an amazing stargazing experience during one of our two nights stay here. The area is one of only five International Dark Sky Reserves in the world thanks to its pollution free skies and its distance from any major towns! Before we checked in at the lodge, we stopped on the shores of the lake at the Church of the Good Shepherd to take a few snaps. It is one of the most photographed locations in the country! This interdenominational lakeside church was built of ...
In recent years I have become fascinated by stars, living in London for the past 9 years has meant that I have not been fortunate enough to see stars on a regular basis. Every now and then when visiting my parents in Somerset and the sky is clear then we are treated to quite a show. I like to think it makes me reflect on life and worry less about the little things but most likely I just like being in my own world and imagining huge balls ...
We (and our house worth of stuff) got a taxi to pick up our new camper. Despite being bigger it is a little more of a squeeze than Brutus but with some careful packing we fitted everything in. We have no plan yet – so a quick stop in the Supermarket to stock up on supplies saw us making our way to the Mountains. First night was Lake Tekapo. Now we had heard different rules about ‘free’ camping in New Zealand and it turns out we can’t free camp as we are not ...
The views were spectacular as we climbed the hill out of Akaroa. Brilliant sunshine and great visibility. A cruise ship had pulled in overnight so the town would have been much busier.
We drove to Lake Tekapo where we couldn't resist visiting the most photographed church in NZ, The Church of Good Shepherd, Lake Tekapo. Trying to capture a shot without at least one tourist from ...