Abel Tasman Marahau Lodge
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Woensdag was onze laatste dag met de camper, we zijn dinsdag aangekomen in Wellington, hoofdstad van Nieuw Zeeland maar ook onze laatste stop op het Noordereiland. We zetten ons op een camping in een voorstadje van Wellington en namen de bus naar de stad. Wellington is toch wel een drukke, levendige stad en het deed ons deugd om eens terug in een …
After amazing weather for our Whale watching trip in Kaikoura it was time for a bit of bad luck. It took us most of the day to drive to the North West of NZ (via Nelson which looked like a very cool town) and when we arrived in Awaroa it was raining heavily and very grey. A little disheartened by the weather and the cold wet looking backpacker …
Hiking Abel Tasman National Park
After our night on board the floating hostel, we hiked 5
hours further up the coast. The sun is very hot when you are in direct light
and the air is moist, but the terrain is surprisingly dry, considering the
incessant hammering of rain it has received in the last couple of days. The …
Two weeks ago I was lucky enough go to Beautiful Nelson, the Jewel of New Zealand in my opinion, the reason for my visit was a weekend of stitching with a wonderful group of ladies -this was the 5th time that The Nelson Embroidery Guild has stayed at Marahau , and as usual a fun weekend, much stitching, laughter, and general chit chat. Roll on 2010.
Leaving Kaikora we stopped off at Picton to pick up people coming down from the North Island. Now there were about twelve people on the bus so it was starting to get a little bit busier. Our next stop was going to be Nelson up at the north of the South Island. The main attraction in Nelson is the Abel Tasman walk, although the town itself is quite …
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