Beachcomber Motor Inn
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... Anyway, one of the busiest tramping tracks is Abel Tasman National Park, a beautiful coastal walk on the north of the South Island. We thought we'd mix this one up a bit and spend one day hiking and two days kayaking, so we hired a company to deal with the logistics and provide our kayaks. We spent one night in a hut and the other on a backpacking hostel on a boat, both nights with a very nice group of German transplants ...
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... quite busy, but it did not feel in any way overcrowded. There were a lot of buskers in the shopping areas which added to the feel of the place. One Chinese lady was sitting down playing a largish stringed instrument that produced the typical "plinky, plink" sound of Chinese music and there was at least two people playing a piano at different places. We spent much of the afternoon lounging by the hotel pool ...
... when w came across it you could see why it was one of his favourite places... it was a great spot for jumping and swimming in the cold water which was crystal clear all the way to the bottom!
We stopped in Nelson where there was a farmer market but only came away with a pesto cheese twist.
The resting place for the night was Abel Tasman. The beaches here are golden sand rather than the grey stuff we have seen along the wayand the water is a lovely hue of blue.
... your Own Adventure Goosebumps book! Those things were so awesome when I was little, but now.. they are just as awesome!
Oh my, I almost forgot the most adventurous part of our time in the wilderness. We had an amazing feast of freezer dried dinners! Chicken curry, Venison, risotto and beef stroganoff. City kids are great at adventuring... as long as it's just a few days ;)