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TravelPod Member ReviewsVintners Retreat Blenheim
Nice 2 bedroom bungalow with lots of space. It is located a bit out of Blenheim but very handy for a few wineries. It has all the facilities you could need so we ate in mostly. Only down sides would be it is on the main road (SH6) so a bit noisy plus you have to drive if you want to eat out.
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Packed our bags and set off back to Nelson on route to Blenheim. We called in Nelson because it has a reputation for having lots of Arts and Crafts. Looked around a few places but nothing caught my eye so we continued on planning to stop for a walk. First we stopped at Boulder Bank on the outskirts of Nelson, managed to photo a few birds but didn't …
... walks, using their computers. Glen had suggested doing the Heaphy the other way round and being flown to Karamea and using a back fill flight to bring us back, but the huts were not available on the track. We decided to walk it the right way, starting at Brown Hut on the 8th January, the first date where huts were available to suit our 5 day walk. (We do not want to camp or do it in 4 days as some do!) We also booked the Abel Tasman. This we can do in two ...
... the - time. One of the things I did get was that the reason why Duncan's parents weren't at the lodge, was that his mom had had an accident and broken her hip. She had to be flown out by helicopter because there's no road access to Nydia Bay. She had been in Nelson hospital for the past couple of weeks and his dad had went to visit her. On our way over to Havelock we made one final stop so I could make a photo. Once again: words fail to capture the beauty of New Zealand.
... so we stopped there. It was also a café with a great balcony dining area looking down onto Farewell Spit. We came undone when we saw they had Scallop pies on the menu. Actually Russ did very well because as he started eating his he realised it was actually Venison. When he bought this to their attention they said no worries... keep that and we'll bring you a scallop one too. So we sat on the balcony and enjoyed the ...
... the crossing, doing what we often do in down time, a combination of blogging, planning the next few weeks of our trip and playing chess. The crossing passed pretty quickly and soon we were picking our way through the islands of Marlborough Sound (I say "we" but most of the credit should probably go to the captain!). The views were stunning coming into Picton and our excitement built for our time on the South Island. From Picton, we drove to Nelson through ...