Beaches Motor Inn
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... was a pain free experience, 3.5 hours, 2 movies (although The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas seemed like an odd choice, especially given the amount of Germans present), and a cruise through the Malborough Sound and we arrived in Picton, all for the sum of $53 each. Once back on dry land we had a long drive across to Abel Tasman National Park, where we have spent two nights at The Barn. A smallish lodging with campsite, dorm rooms (with all ...
Reluctantly, we left the comfort of our luxury motel to be reunited with Champagne Charlie who had been redundant for a few nights but in a strange way we missed our little camper and our daily routine which we've become so used to.
It was another glorious morning which made for a great day’s driving ahead and couldn’t have started out better with a cracking view point over Lake Mapourika which ...
It's now early March and our summer is officially over, nevertheless we still have some great weather. The last few days we still had days of around 29 degree. Not bad for the end of summer, but the temperature will probably start dropping soonish.
Since our Kayak trip at the beginning of February we haven't done heaps, but we have enough nice photos to share with you and of ...
... to do in the town we hopped back in the van and drove back to Takaka within 10 minutes of being there. We headed into a cafe with every intention of just getting a drink and somehow talked each other into getting a massive burger and chips! We drove to Totaranui which was deep into the Abel Tasman national park and we had to drive along a gravel mountain road for an hour to get there. The campsite was really nice and worth the journey although we didn't expect ...
We arrived in Nelson and went straight to introduce ourselves to Jeanette, at her work place. It was lovely meeting Kelly's sister for the first time, she has a very radiant personality! We then wondered about to find an ice-cream and do a little more Christmas shopping, and proceeded to the i-site. We wanted to find out about the Abel Tasman Walk including availability. This is not just huts, it also includes camping, and you need to have availability on consecutive ...