Address: 213 Orinoco Valley , Motueka, South Island, 7196, New Zealand | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Motueka

    TRIATHLETE: Biking, Swimming, Kayaking!

    A travel blog entry by kduntley on Mar 06, 2015

    71 photos

    ... trust God but humanity as well. I'm completely at the mercy of these wonderful strangers that have been my woof hosts, and they've all been awesome. I think when we think of traveling to new and exotic places, we sometimes think that the people there will be completely different from us and exotic in their own right. While some of this is true in that we ARE all different, most people are of the same mold. Everyone's just trying to make a living, live in ...

    יום בדרכים

    A travel blog entry by yonatan on Feb 26, 2015

    2 photos

    ... 1504;ו, אז חזרנו חזרה לאוטו. כשחזר 04;ו להוקי 96;יקה חנות הפאג׳ כבר היתה פתוחה וקנינ 93; לנו ...

    Abel Tasman National Park

    A travel blog entry by joshandjenn on Feb 19, 2015

    20 photos

    ... the back of one of the sea taxis (they are everywhere here) which was on a back of a tractor. This got taken down and launched into the sea. Luckily the sea was calm so it only took us 20 minutes to get to Onetahuti Beach where our kayaks where waiting for us. Rob took us through the basics of what we needed to do and we were off (very little emphasis on health and safety over here). The person in the rear had control of the rudder and paddling whereas the front ...

    Clucking Quackers

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Jan 24, 2015

    10 photos

    ... safe and confined in the garage.

    When the new duck owners turned up to collect their new feathered friends this is where it all got a bit more hands on than I had planned for. With cat boxes and cardboard boxes flying around and ducks squawking and trying to escape, Pieter with 2 ducks in his hands just thrust one at me to take hold of. Arrggghhh, I’m holding a duck. Tim was less than useless in this situation, however he did manage to take a photo ...

    Abel Tasman (North)

    A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Jan 01, 2015

    35 photos

    ... pebbles and an injured seal to by-pass. The next cove was a beautiful sandy beach with another seal which had to be by-passed! The rest of the journey to Separation Point was a narrow path with steep sides! I did have to hold onto Richard for part of it, but getting braver. Separation Point was a bit disappointing, we saw what we thought was a gannet colony but they were decoys (DOC are trying to establish a colony there) and to see seals was a ...