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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The first night I stayed in a farm hostel with sheep running around the campingplace. The sheep were so noisy that they stepped into the campingkitchen when they thought nobody would see them. The second day I got to know Mary. She invited me to stay in her house. So I spent some days with Mary and her husband Robert. From their living room they …
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 …
... hike, in history! I almost fainted! [parental note- he wasn't even close to fainting and the first day was the hardest...]. Finally we were finished. After the hike we started packing up to go to Australia.
Emma - The Banks Peninsula Trek
As Katie and Evan already mentioned we went on a four day hike. The hike was amazing and super pretty but, one of my favourite parts was probably all the different huts we stayed in. They were each clearly different and my ...
... delayed only a few minutes, hoping for some additional fares, but none were forthcoming from the ship. Not much of a day for him, he had hoped for a few more tourists. But tourism is competitive and there were several other vendors at the pier hawking their wares. But it was good for us as it ended up being a personal tour. Robin had actually picked us up for the guide in Christchurch, to save him the 90-minute drive. We transferred to the other guide when ...
... to go...as fast as possible! The guide also took Chris off a few times to go and do some routes that were too narrow for me on the quad. Chris managed to fall off his motorbike three times during the day, gutted that I didn't see any of them. The guide found Chris highly amusing and said it was quite unique to have someone fall off so many times. The first fall was no ...