Adrift in Golden Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Seven short years ago, Kelly and Marty honeymooned at a beachfront oasis named Adrift - from their description, an idyllic studio with kayaks near Abel Tasman National Park, huge long and wide beach, with breakfast of homemade yoghurt, granola , jams, and crusty bread delivered to your door each day. They have often said that if they didn …
Happy Easter everyone! For our wacky and wild adventure abroad, we decided to spend our Easter doing something totally out there. We signed up for an Eco Tour Lighthouse Tour of Farewell Spit. This is the northern-most point of the South Island of New Zealand (we were even with some parts of the North Island!) and is completely made of sand and sand dunes! The area is continually growing and is caused by sand being transported up the western coast and ...
... We flew from Nelson along the coast towards Abel Tasman park, the scenery was so beautiful, I think we found paradise! Flying at 1000 feet you have a great view of all the houses with the posh swimming pools, we were able to watch people kayaking, and admire the wineries form above. John did a great job of flying whilst I took lots of photos and just enjoyed the spectacle. Back on terra firma we left Nelson to head towards Takaka. I ...
... sea level via very twisty, significant drop off with no barrier! We had to stop at the top - Hawkes Lookout, as my arm was covered in teeth marks! I wanted Jennifer to take some photos on my camera while we were travelling but she couldn't look out of the window. I said she could pas the camera to me but quietly suggested that I SHOULD KEEP MY EYES ON THE ROAD! Oh well. We arrived on the campsite at Golden ...
Headed straight off after smoothie time on the winding hour and half long drive up to Takaka, a hippy town in the Golden Bay Area. Once in town I found Rock, scissor, paper, a cute little shop, part owned (as part of a collective) by Hannah an artist friend of Jeff and Katie's. After purchasing a picture, earring and card I headed off to Dangerous cafe for an Eggs Benedict with bacon for brunch. After a further wander around the town stopping at ...