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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Zo gisteren vanuit het hostel terug naar de stad gegaan om mijn auto te parkeren bij de eindbestemming van de 2 daagse wandeltocht die ik ga doen: the Banks Peninsula Track. Het is mijn 1e meerdaagse wandeltocht. Deze tocht gaat over privegrond en is door particulieren opgezet en bestaat al meer dan 25 jaar. Voordeel van deze tocht is dat er …
... go out. Again, we've been blessed and seem to be bringing the phenomenal weather along with us as we go. No complaints here, and after our day, we once again retired to our balcony, surveyed the harbor, the hills, the sunshine, the boats, recounted the activities and sights of our day, shook our heads and smiled at our good fortune, the magic that has been so much a part of this trip and sighed the balance of the afternoon away, so blissful, so ...
After a busy day in Christchruch yesterday, today we decided that we would see something in the Canterbury region. Once we learned that there were penguins in Akaroa, we decided that we had to go.
We started off our day with an hour and a half drive on roads that were reminiscent of Scotland. The roads were narrow, our car has less horsepower than Calla, Kiwi's drive way too fast, ...
... Re:Start Mall had shops in multicoloured shipping containers and it was busy, especially at lunch time. It may not be what the locals prefer (or are used to) but we thought it was a good addition to the city and a new tourist attraction. We could see that the centre had been destroyed and it was strange to see so many abandoned buildings and historic buildings with their fronts missing. However, it's definitely not just a building site.
We were not sure, if we will be travelling to New Zealand as couple of days before our flight the volcano Sangeang Api started being active and lot of flights had been cancelled, so we could only hope. We had a great time in Bali and the journey to New Zealand meant that the time of our holidays is coming to an end. Anyway, we went to the airport very early and after checking in and paying ridiculously high airport tax (200K IDR) we went to the gate and we waited again. Flight to ...