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 …
... off to explore the Banks peninsular. We started in Akoroa the main town of the peninsular. When we got there we found that Dawn Princess had moored nearby and there were quite a few people off the boat in the town so it was quite busy. We walked upto the lighthouse before wandering back via a cafe for a coffee. We couldn't help but notice that there was a free shuttle from one end of the town to the other (about 10 minutes walk) and a lot of ...
... restoration projects as they were being completed and visit 11 aircraft in the reserve collection. after the air force museum I went to Christchurch Casino. while I was there I had a go on the pokies and won some money then went for lunch at The Grande Café. after lunch I left the casino and went to Willowbank Wildlife Reserve and Restaurant. while there I took ...
... we were welcomed like family especially from Aurielle who was very excited to see me (almost permanently attached at times). She was very intrigued to see someone who had really known her sister and had lots of questions.
Aurielles imagination is such that I only wish there were more kids like it today, she reads the famous five, talks with such intelligence for a 7 year old and has such impeccable manners and curiosity ...
... turned boutiques... and a few other key sites, we then settled into our camper for the night. The next day we took a 12:30pm flight to Wellington, hired another campervan and took off to explore the north island! The skip over back to Wellington was like a reset button. Catching up to our tentative schedule and making sure we have enough days to see everything on our list on the north island. NEXT: Trekking the North... Hobbiton and other holes in the ...