Amber Court Motor Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in the afternoons and chatting it up. She's quite an interesting woman, lots of incredible life experiences (she grew up and lived most of her life in Africa!) and she's a raw vegan, which has been interesting... Fortunately, she bought me meat, bread, and cheese on my first day, I was relieved I wouldn't have to be a raw vegan too :) Although, it's been really interesting learning about it. This week has been full of new experiences!
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... in Abel Tasman National Park and currently there are approx 80-100 houses left in an area of approx 225 square kilometers. Most of those houses are located at Torrent Bay and last weekend we stayed in one of those houses, what is already special. What it made paradise was that this bach was located in it's own valley, with it's own little river and beach.
... before reaching the glacier front. It was another picturesque walk with high cliffs along the way and lots of waterfalls to add to the magical view. After all that walking our bodies required some nourishment and luckily a European bakery was on hand to supply us with custard doughnuts and coffee. Another winning combo! Franz Josef is another playground area for the adventurous types whether in summer or winter from kayaking, heli hiking and ice walking ...
... Split Apple Rock. Lovers of New Zealand Marlborough wine may recognise this feature on the " Split Rock" wine bottles. having seen this feature we were then gunned up the coast of Abel Tasman. The Controller was looking more at ease with every bone jarring jolt. We called into a number of bays and made our way up to the very top bay ( Totaranui ) of the Abel Tasman National Park. This area did not look so picturesque as some of the others. ...
... went out of business because there doesn’t seem to be many people in the town. There famous landmark was this Cathedral. We walked past it and big chunks of the wall were missing. Christchurch plans to refurbish their old buildings and then make them up to earthquake code. But getting things back to their former glory is a big undertaking and they are projecting it will take at least ten years. And you know construction ...