Omahau Downs

Twizel, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, SH8 , New Zealand | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Twizel

    The Chilly South

    A travel blog entry by srwinterburn on Jun 08, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... the afternoon reading and then went for a walk down to the Chuch of the Good Shepherd. It was built from stones found around the lake, and with such a view looking out over the lake who needs a stain glass window?! It has been a lovely couple of days here doing very little and has been a great opportunity to have some time out and recharge my batteries as I come into the last month of this adventure. So as I come to the final week of my time in New Zealand... ...

    Twizel and Mt Cook

    A travel blog entry by cathirving on Apr 19, 2014

    ... pretty huge dams. On Saturday we drove to Mount Cook. It's quite lucky we'd already done our scenic flight because the cloud was so slow we couldn't see the peak itself, but we did see some other beautiful snow topped mountains, and more glaciers and lakes. After a quick coffee and Easter treat of a hot cross bun, we went to the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Centre. Inside was a ...

    Lake Tekapo

    A travel blog entry by fernm on Mar 22, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... ever seen mt Cook as clearly twice before, so we were lucky. Both Pukaki and Tekapo have the nicest colour of water, as you'll see in the photos. I went walking on the lakeshore track and the Mt John track, and the views were pretty cool at the top. The world famous observatory is at the top too, and at night the stars are extra bright so they chose a good ...

    It cannot get better

    A travel blog entry by colenewzealand on Mar 20, 2014

    1 comment

    ... old New Zealand key to add to my collection.

    After leaving there we were heading to Mount Cook and Lake Tekapo. We lunched by the side of a lovely green lake - a simple sandwich.

    The sky was clear and blue and there, in the distance, is that...could it be...a mountain? Mount Cook perhaps with snow on the top? Yes it is! We got to Lake Pukaki with its bright green water (something to do with minerals and the ...

    Glaciers, lakes and mighty Mount Cook

    A travel blog entry by foys_on_tour on Feb 19, 2014

    24 photos

    ... like giant marbles on the beach). There loads of dams that the kiwis seemed pretty proud of, but we are less interested in that kind of stuff. The highlight of that day was coming across a huge fur seal colony at Shag Point. There were loads of them and they're so cute. They smell awful though. We kept our eyes open for penguins but they can be quite elusive and tend to come back to the beaches at nightfall, so we weren't surprised when we didn't see ...