Oinako Lodge of Akaroa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Akaroa
... not to try it out some of the local fish. We also had a good game of golf here which at some points got rather competitive. We were very lucky to also see some of the biggest stingrays I have ever seen just off the shore in shallow water, it was like a huge shadow in the water, but was just an amazing site to ...
Akaroa is a gorgeous little coastal village, established in 1840 by French settlers. The character of the town and the names of the streets reflect its French heritage and lots of the original cottages still stand.
It was originally the caldera of an ancient volcano which as the oceans rose, filled up with ...
... jetboating, and going to the Cadbury Chocolate factory. Jen said not to limit her to just 3 places and 3 things as she loved so many. After I insisted she try ;) she reluctantly narrowed it down, but emphasized that it was not restricted to.... these places: Abel Tasman, Lake Pukaki and Banks Peninsula/Otago Peninsula (sneaking in a 4th) and activities: freedom camping at Lake Pukaki, astronomy and night time star tour in Lake Tekapo and hiking the Banks Peninsula. My ...
... Russell was apparently in its early, seafaring history known as the brothel of the South Pacific. Today it is a lovely harbour town. It's also proud of that colourful heritage, and we happened to play audience to a re-enactment of the brothel days at the moment we went to have brunch on the waterfront. Full costumes - intended to represent both the salubrious patrons as well as the more puritanical citizens - made for an interesting atmosphere. With our respective travel ...
... blue and the sunsets never disappoint. While our time there was mostly spent working tables, pour wine and foaming milk, we had the pleasure of looking out onto one of the most beautiful places on earth on a daily basis. We made great friends, and learned a lot about ourselves. I guess that is what we have been doing this whole trip. I wonder what we will learn in the last two months of our travels down here. We will find out soon enough :)