Marlborough Vintners Hotel Heritage Boutique Collection
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... of the creek around sandstone bluffs, native bush with Cabbage Trees, Tree Fern, Manuka and Kanuka (Tea Tree) and several causeways crossing deep creeks. There were steep sided gorges with bush-covered flat-topped cliffs where I swear I need to be convinced there are no dinosaurs. And then suddenly, around a corner, the sea! The wild West Coast, white sand, blue, blue sea, enormous surf waves pounding in. The road wound around and around until we could go further – ...
... and Roma's first experience of kayaking so we were a little apprehensive to start with but once we got into a rhythm we loved it. We paddled around a few bays with Nathan telling us some of the history and we stopped off at the beach opposite the Split Apple Rock to take some photos. We then made our way back to Kaiteriteri bay, by which time the sea had become far more choppy but it was very exciting. I am so glad I did it and was sorry when it came to the finish.
... its spire gone and rear collapsed entirely, now a gaping window to the dozens of grateful pigeons that have taken residence on The exposed beams within.
From Christchurch, we started the 2.5 hours drive northwards along the East Coast towards Kaikoura and then onwards to Blenheim in the Marlborough region. Don't think for a second though that this drive was a chore. On the contrary, I feel the drives around the South Island are going to make up a memorable part of ...
... region boasts some of the best wines in the world. Our hopes were shattered though as the service was rude at best and all of the wine we sampled ended up in the spitoon. Wasting no time getting to the car, we drove across the street for a much better experience at Nautilus.
Nautilus is known for its sparkling wines and c******nay. We sampled many brut-style sparkling wines and each one was better than the next. They also had a ...
... wine as most of us were on the cold side especially our toes. We sipped our hot drink and walked around the winery amongst the stainless steel tanks and French imported wood barrels. This basically concluded our St. Bastille Day event. After another couple of pictures we walked back to the chapel, where some of us had another taste or two of wine. On the way home we made a quick stop at our favourite...Moa.