Last Resort

Address: 71 Waverley Street, Karamea, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 71 Waverley Street, Karamea.
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      A trip up the West Coast

      A travel blog entry by emmalgwilliams on Jan 24, 2015

      15 photos

      Set off at 9am with my new German friends and headed up to Karamea - stopping at the 4 Square supermarket for lunch provisions; BBQ rice crackers, blue cheese, a tomato and an apple. First took a path into a cave, then around a loop stopping in a rather lovely stop for lunch, the drove back long the unsealed road and to the car park at the start of the Heaphy ...

      Old Things Up North

      A travel blog entry by amio_campers on Nov 06, 2014

      8 photos

      Again today was set to be a fair bit of driving, we arrived at a town called Westport which is on the south island west coast – usually people go straight south from here, however we are intending to take the road about 100km North to Karamea. Even though we have not had to deal with large numbers of tourists anywhere yet, this area North of Westport is said to be almost untouched by tourists despite having some cool places to explore – pretty off the beaten ...

      West Coast

      A travel blog entry by edandkate on Jul 04, 2014

      13 photos

      ... which makes Skegness sound delightful by comparison!!). At Greymouth was a heritage village where an old steam train was operating and the 'shanty town' had been reconstructed to look as it would during the times of the gold rush. We were able to take a ride on the train and get up close and personal with the controls. Interestingly the locomotive was built in Bristol, England, just over the road from Temple Meads train station. For a small fee we were able to try our hand at ...

      Tunnels and caves

      A travel blog entry by daretoknow on Feb 06, 2014

      11 photos

      ... too, and made for an hour long conversation and plans for a day trip on the morrow. As a gang of four we set off in Fatima up a 15km dirt/gravel track. I did not know what to expect from the days wandering's but I discovered more than my mind could imagine. Set amongst the most beautiful NZ bush consisting of mosses, ferns, streams, rivers, and a variety of bird life were thee most amazing limestone tunnels, holes and caves. It felt ...

      The Heaphy Track: Long Distance & Lots of Rain

      A travel blog entry by keith.robinson on Dec 10, 2013

      14 photos

      ... previous night, so we put on our rain gear headed out along the wide, well-maintained track. The whole morning was misty and socked in and by 10:30 am it began to rain quite heavily. At times, the rain would let up and it would be just a steady, misty drizzle, but after a half hour of that, the rain drops would begin to fall fast and furious again. Luckily, we made pretty good time to Perry Saddle Hut (17.5 km distance) and arrived during a period ...