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 …
... fish & chips and giant green-lipped mussels at every opportunity. Our next destination was Russell, where we met up with our great friends from London, Gavin & Sophie. They left England in July last year, and have had an incredible journey via China, East Africa, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Australia. We have shared many epic travel stories, over many laughs and glasses of wine. We had 24 hours of catchup and travel planning together near the town ...
... chip shop and had a delightful dinner, with Lotte gobbling up a large kids meal with seemingly no effort at all. She loves fish and chips.
Back at camp Lotte ran around on a sugar high (her meal came with juice) for about half an hour before we figured it was time for bed. We once again enjoyed a splendid sunset but we're aiming to get up early in the morning, so went to bed soon after.
Distance travelled today: 132 km
Total distance travelled: 2854 ...
... after house remained derelict, with lob-sided lampposts, fallen telegraph poles, twisted building structures, piles of rubble where family homes once stood. There were signs and labels on posts indicating ‘RED ZONES’, in other words unsafe ground, which cannot be built upon, and maybe should never have been built on?? Many people may not have had insurance to cover the loss of their homes, or even the plot of land they were yet to build upon. ...
... deals on really nice hotels at around 50% cheaper than the rack rate. We've even treated ourselves to a bit of luxury at the end of the trip in Singapore thanks to the savings we have made on the rest of the accommodation.
This is the first time I've done a blog when I've traveled and thought rather than typing group emails every now and again we will use this instead to communicate with ...