Onuku Farm Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOnuku Farm Hostel Akaroa
Lovely Hostel in peaceful surroundings, comfy beds and the fireplace is in use during cold nights.
They arrange swimming with Hectors Dolphins for a very reasonable price with a friendly skipper.
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Onuku Farm Hostel- the perfect end to our NZ trip, thanks to Hannes
Highlights: sunny morning visit to the Church of the Good Shepherd and The Sheep Dog Statue in Lake Tekapo, rainy drive to Akaroa through farmland, bacon sarnies and red wine for dins, sunny walk along the Ridge Track to get amazing 360 views of the peninsula, lazy sunbathing afternoon with sheep and pigs! Awesome stargazing at ...
... we first entered the city we hadn't really noticed the severity of the catastrophe but now it is very evident. We found a busy breakfast bar situated in the site of an old post office. An imposing building obviously unaffected by what happened. The Eggs Benedict went down very well and I am loving the coffee here. I also spied another Doctor Who pinball machine in the corner of the restaurant (remember the one we played in Vancouver - Al?) We walked along ...
... the south of Christchurch which is "open for business" but is still undergoing a major recovery and rebuilding process. The excursions we are doing today are part of the effort to bring more tourists into the areas that were not as severely affected to try and improve the economy while the rebuilding efforts in the devastated "red zones" moves forward. We drove south ...
... very kindly gave me a lift to the hotel, where I managed to check in 2h early. My room is on the 8th floor and the hotel has only recently been reopened, since the red quake zone was reopened last year. I have an amazing view across the CBD from my room. I started my tour of chch by walking along New Regent Street, where I quickly realised that most shops are closed on a Mon (today!). The tram came through the ...
... blue sky. We had breakfast gazing up at it and then walked to the glacier lake, on which floated a few icebergs, by 9am, glorying in the beautiful morning.
Sadly, we had to head off to the coast leaving behind Aoraki Mount Cook, heading for arguably the most intriguing day on our schedule as Saturday January 4th 2014 on our spreadsheet has had against it for months these words: Boulders, Cheese, Penguins.
It’s not often these three things are ...