Delorenzos Studio Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Arnaud visitor centre at 5pm (30 mins after closing time). We ambled around lake Rotiori for about an hour. The interpretive path finally solved the mystery of the black mould covered beech trees that we've noticed. This is due to the female scale insect burrowing into the tree and producing a long waxy filament with a honey dew drop on it. This sustains many birds & insects in the bush. What is not used by ...
My last stop on the south Island :( Nelson is basically the gateway to the Abel Tasman National Park and on the other side, easy to get to the ferry for the North Island. It's also suspiciously, and it turns out incorrectly, home to the 'centre' of NZ. Makes a pretty walk even if the description is a tad misleading. And Nelson really does small beautiful, all those flowers and it is apparently one of the sunniest places in nz ...
... ve found that the more precisely I plan things, the less likely they are to actually turn out that way, and the more likely I am to be disappointed or disgruntled when they don’t. This is especially true when traveling.
That’s why I usually prefer to ditch the itinerary and take each new day as it comes. I try not to think about the destination as much, and to focus more on the journey. This is easier said than done (as can be seen in my last ...
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I’m keen to stop in at an art gallery and winery called Woollaston. We step into the art gallery that has a special exhibition of NZ watercolorist and painter, Toss Woollaston. We walk around see his work ranging from the 1950’s through 1998. We find a book of his letters and settle into the ...
... Unfortunately, it was low tide and our tandem kayak full of gear weighed a ton. Before I could even contemplate moving it, I needed a swim in the crystal clear water. It was absolutely freezing, but very refreshing after being out on the water. After my swim, we attempted to move the kayak up the beach. I feel that it is important here to emphasise just how low the tide goes at Bark Bay, it was an absolute mission to ...