No Road Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNo Road Inn Picton
Well this was just a beautiful place thank you Gary and Barbara and Archy.
Great Seafood Chowder, company and what beautiful rooms. Not to forget the lovely cold beer waiting for us and the hot tub that had been just poured for us.
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Day 1 Ship cover to No Road Inn, Endeavour Inlet Approx 5 hours 14km.
We started our trip which was a 5 day independent walk through Wilderness Guides. The Charlotte Track is situated in the Marlborough Sounds. We took the Beachcomber cruise boat to start our walk which was Ships Cove.
Ship cove is an historical site as it was …
Saturday 28thWe woke this morning secured to the port in Picton without knowing it. The crossing must have been calm as we didn't feel it. After breakfast we went ashore in the working port area, more pine logs to be met by a free shuttle bus to take the passengers to town. We were advised that light rain is to be expected so we prepared ourselves with jackets and umbrellas. The short journey to Picton showed that this is a very pretty holiday destination. ...
We crossed on the family-run Bluebridge ferry and I can highly recommend their bacon and eggs for a good start to the day! Wellington harbour is huge so it seemed to take ages to clear land and head in the the Cook Strait, where we were accompanied by dolphins for a while. We were lucky to have a calm sunny day, and before long we had entered Queen Charlotte Sound and were making our way between ...
Picked up our rental and started our drive around the South Island. I had to take Zofran on the way, Carlin driving on sharp turning, winding roads up and down mountains, oh and did I mention, on the opposite side of the car... it took some getting used ...
... on the boat for $4 as we had time to waste and wanted to book some stuff up as it was beginning to get stressful as it's still the holiday period over here for the kids so lots of places are fully booked. After booking a few things we went to the top deck to look at the view now it was dusk. The moon was shining over the sounds. It was beautiful. The ferry takes the Cook Strait route through lots of islands. It really is breathtaking the scenery. We arrived at ...