Delorenzos Studio Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... me for ages then decided it was time to overtake so he put his foot down and overtook us and 3 others including a huge logging road train at very high speed. Five minutes later we passed through a small town and he obviously forgot there’s a 50km an hour limit and had been pulled over by a cop! Result! We stopped off to enjoy our Swedish sandwiches for lunch at Pelorus Bridge - the place where the barrel scene from Lord of the Rings is filmed. ...
... seriously about wine and cider. One, with waxed curly moustaches and knowledgable about everything, who turned out to be middle class English under the new accent, enlightened his American companion and me till I was beginning to doze off. Amanda arrived having done long walk around some of the estuary. Home briefly to change and load washing machine. At seven we wen to the 'Jellyfish' restaurant to eat: 'bluenose'something fish for Amanda, and a local speciality of salt ...
... as we usually take buses, trains, and ferries. We can see so much more and on our own schedule. We pulled into Nelson after stopping at a few scenic lookouts on the way. We had reserved a private double ensuite at the Prince Albert Backpackers there. It was fairly central, had free wifi (yay!), breakfast, a bar and restaurant below, and good ...
... a bonfire on the beach and watched the sun go down. Between Westport and Greymouth, the coast is stunning, and the views from the coach were great. We also went on a walk to see the Punakaiki pancake rocks, a unique feature of NZ young geological history. A coastal walk allowed us to see some of the native flora and fauna including lots of birds and seals. When we reached Greymouth it was nice to have a walk around the town before heading to the ...
... to Anchorage and dropped us off on a beach. From there we walked back to Marahau along the Abel Tasman Coast Track, about 12.7 kms. The first part of our walk was a fairly steep climb up from the beach but after that the walk was fairly easy and the scenery spectacular. We stopped at a lovely beach along the way for lunch (we took lunch with us) and finished the walk in around 4 hours. From the finish at Marahau we caught another bus ...