- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Rooms were well used, bathroom in same building, difficult to charge mobil, lot of insektsforskere outside.
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Tidlig oppe idag siden vi skulle ut på hvalsafari kl 0700. Vi begynner å venne oss til å bo i koffert, så pakking og rydding går fort. Startet dagen med sjøsyketabletter da, for mange advarsler for sjøgang. I en relativt stor hudrofoil dro vi ut og ikke lenge etter at vi hadde kommet på dypt vann, 1600 m, så kunne kapteinen p …
Our original plan was to go to Kaiteriteri, a place stongly recommended by several of Sarah' s Kiwi friends. As it was raining and the forcast suggested that it would be clearing from the north we decided to drive to the norhernmost point in the Abel Tasman National Park. This we did in rain and low cloud as we climbed over the mountains into Takaka. As we arrived the rain stopped so we had a stroll through what ...
3/26/14 A shuttle picked us up from our hostel in Nelson at 7 am and drove us to Abel Tasman National Park. From the town of Marahau a water taxi drove us north to the top of the coast where we would start our four day hike back to the entry of the park. The water taxi was neat because we got to see the entire coast; even the sections where the trail moves inland. On the water taxi, Kyle tells me that the guy behind us is wearing green Kewaskum shorts. I said "That's impossible. ...
An overcast start to the day and the heating was needed again as we ate breakfast....inside! A relatively early start and we were rolling out of the site by 9.30 heading for Denniston just north of Westport. As we arrived the sun came out but it was bitterly cold in the wind. Denniston is situated on a plateau on top of the hills just in from the coast and used to be a coal mining community with entrance to the mines on top of the plateau too. Their problem was how to ...
... of residual sugar balancing the acidity and contributing to an elegant finish.” Maybe as we drink it later we will taste the lime and mandarin citrus. We’ve been training our ears with music and our eyes with imagery – so we’ll continue our education with our taste buds!
As we chat with Sara ...