Amber Court Motor Lodge
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Amber Court Motor Lodge
TripAdvisor Reviews Amber Court Motor Lodge Nelson
Travel Blogs from Nelson
Tuesday 4 March
Well, we had hoped to be able to post great photos of whales today: giant sperm whales, blue whales, minke whales, all of which are regularly seen off the coast from Kaikoura. But as we had feared, the weather wasn't in our favour and the trip was cancelled again with no guarantee that it would go for another day or two at …
... into another paddock to pen them. Richard is chief helper and we place ourselves strategically for the best possible result. The sheep have other ideas so it takes time to pen them. Glenn gets to work but has not sheared for a few years! After a bit it all comes back to him and they get them done in 3 hours. Richard receives a knock on the arm and Glen looks visibly tired after the ordeal! We plan to leave the next day and Glen want to take me fishing first if it is ...
... but when we got there the place had shut over an hour early (clearly thanks to the rain). Thankfully there was a place very close that made wood fired pizzas, and they were lovely. Dev had a Chicken Pesto, and I had a Roast Lamb pizza. We are now relaxing in our cabin, with some local wine made in Nelson, and Makana Chocolate. A proper cosy night in on a soggy day :) ...
... until 8am but I broke camp at 1/4 to 6 and headed to the domestic terminal. That was a good decision! It was threatening rain and a freezing wind was trying to carry my suitcase away so I was glad to get there before the heavens opened.
Also really glad to get to Wellington and find Katie waiting for me. So good to see her. Katie, Karl and Annabella have moved into their beautiful new home while I was ...
... viel über das Messerschmiede-Handwerk lernen, vom rohen Stahl angefangen über das Schmieden, bis hin zum eigenhandgriff und die Klingen bearbeiten und schleifen. Am Ende hatte man sein eigenes scharfes Messer in der Hand. Alex hat in der Zeit alles aus nächster Nähe beobachtet und die Tiere des Hauses unterhalten. Der nächste Stopp in Richtung Norden war in Punakaika. Dort befinden sich die berühmten „Pancake Rocks“ ...