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TravelPod Member ReviewsBealey Hotel Arthurs Pass
Lovely, large, clean accommodation. Great kitchenette set up, all renovated? Very comfortable. Great chef in the kitchen, food was awesome, and we enjoyed the hiking trails nearby!
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Kia Ora, dear friends!
Just last words about New Zealand. Before departing from Christchurch to Sydney, we went to the last national Park, Arthur's Pass National Park. It was the first national park in New Zealand, established at the beginning of the 20th century. The mountain pass with the same name over the Southern Alps has a hight of …
... feeding. The Michael brings our a lamb born this morning who had been abandoned by its mum, he has matched him up with another mum who's baby hadn't survived, so fingers crossed they both bond well. The young one was incredibly happy to snuggle in to both Kel and I, lovely experience.
After a bit of quiet time we enjoy a four course meal, the Salmon Salad and Roast Rack of Lamb ...
Saturday 10th October 2015:
Had a lazy start to the day then packed up our camping gear in to the car and me and Pete drove to Arthurs Pass. Stopped to pitch the tent at Klondyke Corner DOC campsite then had some lunch, trying to avoid sandflies! Drove to Arthurs Pass Village and picked up some bug spray and an ice cream, then went on a little scenic walk for an hour or so around the nearby walking tracks. Drove back to the campsite, ate cookies ...
... forward. Ride or die baby! Finally, we made it to the top and began the misty, slow descent. What goes up must come down! I wish we had the go pro record that video but Daniel was a wimp and sat in the back and didn't seem it worthy of his video. Slowly, I noticed the sun started to come through the clouds. Hooray! It was shining down on the mountain in the distance and I knew we were heading into the sunshine and leaving this miserable weather. Our first stop ...
Friday 4th September 2015:
Keith, Yvonne and I left Christchurch straight from work and picked up Pete from Sheffield on the way through to Mt Cheeseman Ski Lodge which is right at the bottom of the ski lifts. We arrived in the evening and were late for dinner - Its a communal system where everyone staying at the lodge has a job e.g. cooking, washing up, cleaning. They had saved us some dinner so we sat and ate that in the communal room then Pete and I ...