Travel Blogs from St. Arnaud
We had a meal in the hotel restaurant last night, yummy lamb shank. I wish mother nature had made cute things taste horrible, I feel really bad that we have been driving around NZ in spring and seeing lovely little lambs everywhere and then eating them, if only lamb tasted really bad.
Our room is quite chilly especially at night (I had to make …
I have not been to Alaska but it has to look like this! The first stop from Picton on the South Island was Kaikoura. It is known for whale viewing in which they have a 98 percent whale view percentage. This is achieved by sending out a plane before the boat leaves and they spot the whale and relay the coordinates. It would be nice but for over 300 …
A very chilly hello from Queenstown New Zealand! I havent been writing much lately as much hasn't really happened! I arrived into Christchurch on the second where I intended to stay for 2 days max before moving down to Queenstown; I ended up getting stuck for 5 due to the heavy snow up in the mountains near Queenstown all the roads were closed. I …
Mivel a rossz ido kozbeszolt, nem volt alkalmunk felmenni az Angelus tohoz, mert felho es szel eseten barhol szivesebben lenne az ember, mint egy 7 oras tura ott fent... Igy egy kis to koruli turat valasztottunk, mondvan, ha elkezd zuhogni az eso, akkor csak 3 orat kell gyalogolnunk, es mar ott is vagyunk a kis hazikonkban. Ennek megfeleloen …
We made a little stop over on our way over to the west coast. I had read in our trusty Lonely planet book that Nelson Lakes National Park was famous for its days walks so we decided to give it a try. After stopping at the little shop that was the only building in the 'town' we checked in at the visitor centre to see which walk to do and what the weather was doing for the following day. It wasn't a great forecast with a possibility of rain, basically check what the cloud ...
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