Owaka Lodge Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Day 187 An update on the condition of Fenton: Fenton is a fine camper car for his age (17) and has run fantastically over the past three weeks. Sadly, his driver side handle came off in Ben's hand the other day so Kori has to let Ben in from inside now. Today, Ben discovered that our water tank was leaking, meaning that about four litres of water had leaked into the interior of the car over the last couple of days while we have staying with Grahame. This ...
Florence Hill Lookout and a walk to Purakaunui Falls completed the day, apart from a drive to our DOC campsite at Purakaunui Bay, another stunner in the middle of nowhere! We settled in then went for a walk over the beach and rocks and back via our resident sea lion, another one too sleepy ...
Woke up just after 6 this morning to Skype Scarlet (& grandma & Grandad). After a very nice chat we took the opportunity to get up and go for a stroll along the beach and watched the magnificent sunrise out across the bay. Having had to be out of the car park by 8am we trundled our way along the scenic coastal route and decided to keep going south and explore a little of the Catlins region recommended as a great place for nature lovers. First ...
... and we almost had a sunset shot but not quite. About 45 min from Dunedin I noticed that the sky was clear. I tried to get Wayne to stop and look at the stars but we had to get checked into our room and have some dinner so we didn’t stop. Driving at night was more challenging but the road near Dunedin was good. For once my husband let someone else pass him so that car could light up the road ahead. We checked into the Kiwi’s Nest and then had ...
... ahead. Far below us in pools along the sea cliffs, large groups of fur seals played in the water, and further along the trail, sealions and seals wallowed on the banks, so high out of the water we wondered how they managed to get up there! The lighthouse itself was built in 1869 and has been used ever since, still making two flashes every 12 seconds, it would have been ...