Explorer Motel & Apartments

Address: Corner of Mokoroa and Cleddau Street, Te Anau, South Island, 9600, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Corner of Mokoroa and Cleddau Street, Te Anau, is near Routeburn Track.
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      Te Anau

      A travel blog entry by bensteads2014 on Jan 07, 2015

      ... up and drink and then a walk around the bay.Later, a walk into to the shopping area for a meal at The Ranch then a visit to the local cinema for a 30 min film about the surrounding Fiordland Whilst sun is still shining ,a cold wind from the south has got up and the temperature has dropped Evening in room ...early morning tomorrow for trip to Milford ...

      Routeburn Track - Day 1 - 12km to Lake Mackenzie

      A travel blog entry by ed.herweynen on Dec 29, 2014

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      ... our group.

      Our lunch spot beside Lake Howden was very picturesque and it was a great day to be at Earland falls.

      The lodge at Lake Mackensie looked very new with magnificent facilities.

      In the evening the Kea (large parrots) were out seeing what they could bite or steal. We were warned not to leave anything outside.
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      Such Beautiful Scenery, but...

      A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Nov 01, 2014

      ... Christs Kingdom, met with missionaries or any of those things. Discouragement has resulted. We are asking ourselves questions like... Are we doing the right thing? What God would have us do? Is this a good use of our time and money? Is this self-serving? Should we cut the trip short and go home? A lengthy, probing discussion could be had realted to these questions, but there isn't room for it here nor do I have the desire to write a novel. But that's where we are on this day. ...

      Tongariro Crossing - Snow, Ice, Wind and Beer!

      A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Oct 15, 2014

      9 photos

      ... 2/3rds of the way through the walk. We stopped for some group pictures, a light snack and a much needed drink of water. Having ran out on the mountain top. Then we marched the last 5km through the forest towards the finish. The wifi path allowin us to get views back up the hill we had just come down as well as the overview of Taupo from a slightly less elevated angle. I ended up walking the last section with Mary. A wee Irish lass, we ended up separated from the group ...

      Sound of Silence and Sandflies

      A travel blog entry by sophie.guy on Sep 07, 2014

      2 photos

      ... of the Sound. We saw lots of seals but my attention was almost entirely on the colourful sunset. Eventually, with many people groaning from the swell, we headed back into the Sound to drop anchor in First Arm. We had dinner in the saloon, a buffet of salads, roast potatoes, pasta, rice, veggies, salmon, mussels, roast beef and roast lamb. I ate a bit of everything, then went back for seconds! And then dessert! New Zealand pavlova ...