ASURE Amber Court Motel

68 Quintin Drive, Te Anau, South Island, 9600, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 68 Quintin Drive, Te Anau, is near Routeburn Track.
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    Travel Blogs from Te Anau

    Sleeping Sound in Doubtful Sound

    A travel blog entry by mdod on Apr 22, 2014

    15 photos

    ... of the developed world. This was our first 3 week vacation EVER and they routinely go for 4-5 weeks.

    Dinner was buffet style with plenty of good food. They had three salads: lettuce, macaroni and potato. Then they had salmon, mussels , chicken and carved beef and lamb roast along with beans and potatoes.

    I started with a cold on about day 4 of our trip and still had a persistent, irritated cough. Just after making it ...

    Going with the flow in Milford Sound

    A travel blog entry by mdod on Apr 21, 2014

    36 photos

    ... of the mountains wasn't very good but there were some other views with nice reflections. The best one was too big to fit in the frame. Too bad my camera didn’t have a wider angle lens.

    At 9:10 we stopped at the Mistake Creek Track to hike to a walkwire across the creek. A walkwire is like a minimalist swing bridge. There's only one wire for your feet, one for each hand and V brackets every meter or so holding everything in the right place. ...

    Mountains Rising From the Sea

    A travel blog entry by lisabraz on Mar 08, 2014

    3 comments, 33 photos

    ... drove through the venerable Homer Tunnel which then spit us out near the terminus of our journey. A quick note about the Homer Tunnel: This is one of the most impressive road engineering feats anywhere on this island. Back in the Great Depression days, the government of New Zealand offered jobs to anyone who could cut through the rock, with the incentive of pay based on how much they were able to excavate. The result is a 1.2 km hand-hewn one-way roadway ...

    What a difference a day makes - it's sunny!

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Mar 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... than we could when we were on the boat trips. Across from the rocks and on the other side of the point and the river which takes the water out of Lake McKerrow and empties it into the sea was a long spit of sand dunes. It must have been about 5 kms long and Barbara thought it looked phenomenal. We were due to walk there the following day. Having walked out to the point there was nothing for it but to retrace our steps so we walked back along the track for ...

    Bikes, boats and bad weather

    A travel blog entry by davepage35 on Feb 15, 2014

    5 photos

    ... In the afternoon we cruised on a ruddy big boat in the sound out to the tasman sea. We had a witty and informative narrator giving a nice commentary on all things Millford.. Technically it's not a sound ,it's a fjord but the kiwis couldn't be bothered to rename it. It was enjoyable although we were starting to wilt after our early start .. Plus too much information tends to make us tired. Before the Millford we spent our last day ...