Omaka Heights B&B Countrystay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... river, giving kids and adults endless fun “surfing” the river; a gently shelving beach with clear turquoise water and an outlook of little bush-covered sandstone islets. The downside is that of course, it gets very busy but for a couple of days we just lay on the beach, swam, read our books, and sunbathed – it was bliss.
Jeremy wanted to get to the end of the road.... so, up and over Takaka Hill into Golden Bay.
From the Nelson side it is about ...
... I pity the great nieces and nephews who have been bequeathed the place apparently. We journeyed on after a snack taken by the river in the shade to the viewpoint Graham our parade companion had advised us to drive up to. Amazing 360 degree views of the area from Te Mata peak and another photo of the car in front of amazing scenery. We returned to the festival to see the aftermath of the picnic tents which were all done out 1920 style with some amazing themes including ...
... that I am a champion bag backer. Folding and packing clothes neater than any person before me and finding spaces which appear impossible are my specialty. Before arriving into New Zealand, I had a fetish for unpacking and then repacking my bag at least twice a day. It became an obsession, one which I could not feed due to the small space we had available. Day after day I would look at the creased shirts in my disorderly bag and feel despair. For this reason I used ...
where they thought the whales may be – well over the deep water canyon that
runs along the coastline off Kaikoura (by deep, I mean the sea bed suddenly
drops to about 1200 metres deep! – the trench actually goes as deep as 3,750
metres further off shore and therefore provides a great food source of giant
squid etc. for the whales that make Kaikoura famous). After some time tracking
a whale using sonar and good eyesight by ...
... kitchen. You can grown your own food in the town for FREE and the locals don't wear shoes. It's beautiful here. I'm feeling a bit homesick, but couldn't be more thankful for this adventure and I can't wait to share all my memories with my friends and family face-to-face. Thinking of all the ones I Love. Remember to spread the love everyday. To strangers and to those who already know you care. And always stop to smell the ...