Beachcomber Motor Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Waking up in our personal quarters of the hostel, resisting the temptation to hang around and use the hot tub some more, breakfasting and heading out to the Queen Charlotte Track. We parked up right outside where the waking track started, prepared our day packs with extra layers, some light snacks and water and went for a little tramp. A three hour walk in total through some forestry tracks, opening out onto some beautiful coastal bays and ...
... at Kaiteriteri Lodge, where we had put our names down for a double room on the bus and were thus expecting a double room. However, on check in this did not seem like the case. We got told they only had a limited number of double/twin rooms and they were allocated to the people whose name was on the list first or who had rang up and prebooked. The clickboard makes its way round the bus in a systematic way of down the driver's side first and then back up to the driver and where we ...
... found somewhere to settle for a few hours so we were in no rush to start our walk back but when we did decide to leave later in the afternoon the sun re-joined us, the weather god on our side once again.
The following morning after checkout we took a short drive to a park which is where the walk to the most central point of NZ lies. It was only a 15-20 minute walk but the views up at the top were as if ...
... for the day.
The next morning I woke up early to get a bus to the start of the Abel Tasman. I spent 4 night and 5 days in the Abel Tasman and everyday was amazing. Once you see the pictures you will understand how beautiful the area is.
I really enjoyed the entire thing. Every day was sunny except for one ...
... is great. Local fruit, veg, candles, knitting, pottery, art. Just a little alternative...but not too much.
An attempt to get Taid a plaster for a mosquito bite ended up with our first experience of the NZ medical system. We waited to see Dr Karl Hellyer in a very pleasant waiting room with Hilary, the receptionist from Stoke on Trent who came to NZ when she was 14 and has never gone back because she ...