Beaches Motor Inn
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We went to a farm too..this was our last stop with everyone before Craig dropped us to our hostels. Me and the Danish boys didn’t have any accomadation booked so Chris elped us book the old country house hostel..which was super nice of them…so the farm, the lady running the farm was really nice, she was telling me stories of her daughters wedding and showing us photos of the wedding, this was because it happened the weekend before we got there so she was ...
... without expecting anything in return. How exceptional is that.
After "lunch" that ended around 5 PM, we made our way to our B&B. It seems as though we were driving INTO the storm as we made our way just outside of Nelson toward the east. Now at the ...
... We had done that trip last time we were here but the weather was overcast and it was really cold at the time. But I didn't really want to spend an entire day on a sailboat. So the compromise was: half day kayaking, then a short walk across the hill to Anchorage where we would take the sailboat back to Kaiteriteri. Done!
Next up: how about some dinner? Fat Tui just around the corner? That's right! Let's go get us a hamburger!
... there was room on the connecting mini bus. We dropped off passengers at the airport on route to Nelson and Chris spotted The Green Love Machine in the airport car park!
Walking The Abel Tasman was an incredible experience in staggeringly beautiful countryside. It had been a real challenge too, with punishing ascents, and we felt proud of ourselves for completing the three days of this beautiful track. It was time to reward ourselves with an evening in Nelson sampling the local ale!
We catch a bus from Greymouth to Nelson. On the way we stop at Punakaiki and get to see the pancake rocks and blowholes which was awesone! And pretty strange!
In Nelson we stayed at a YHA, in a four bed dorm but atleast it wasnt bunkbeds! It is still raining, so we choose to skip the Abel Tasman hike we had planned!
When the sun ...