Lake Rotoroa Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We travelled today back the way we had come towards Nelson and then down to Murchison. Katie had recommended the Lazy Cow hostel which we found and booked into. We have an on-suit and heated blankets! We have a deck outside our room, ideal to have an evening glass of wine on. It was a good trip today with lots ...
A big perk to living in a stark Christian country is the devout celebration of religious holidays. That means, Easter is not just two days of binge eating chocolate, but four. Mark had off Good Friday and Easter Monday (yes, that's a thing here) so we took advantage of the time off, packed our car with chocolate and headed to the wilderness.
I had spent the past few weeks perfecting our itinerary, printing out maps and planning for any unforseen ...
So after a refreshing night on Motueka beach I headed through the rolling hills of the south island to Nelson lakes national park. The road there was full of turns and a few narrow somewhat dodgy passes with locals, but still a good road to the park. When I arrived there I was taken aback by the height of the lakes, all the way up mount Robert and higher. I had originally packed and planned on ...
... the Buller Gorge Swing Bridge which is the longest in NZ. You walk over a metal grating hundreds of feet above the fast flowing river. We had visited before in 2003 but were glad to walk over the swaying bridge again. It was somewhat disconcerting to have nothing but some grating between you and the river and the bridge is very narrow with only room for one person to walk through at a time. We then zip lined back over the gorge which ...
Up bright and early today to catch our 8.30 ferry to the South Island. After a sizeable breakfast to finish off our eggs and bread we were off and we boarded the Kaitaki at around 8 o'clock.
We were quickly settled in the family lounge where Lotte was soon captivated by the Disney Juniors tv channel. We made a few trips outside over the next hour or so to take pics of Wellington and our departure and we also spent some time in the children's play area (a ...