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TravelPod Member ReviewsParklands Motel Te Anau
Fast and friendly check in. Our room was a big family room which would possibly accomodate upto 5 people. We had a well stocked kitchen ready for home cooked meals and the beds were super comfy. Heats worked well and the place was very clean. Te Anau is small and easy to get around. The Parkview Motel is only a block away from the main drag.
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... of the 3km traffic line behind it.
... whole way round! After Disc Golf we were pretty hungry and still had time to wait until our 3rd attempt at White water rafting, so we decided to try a Devil Burger, competitor to the Ferg Burger. It was good, not as big, but bloody lovely. And Rob insisted on a cookie to top it off.. We needed the energy for rafting.. RAFTING WAS ON and it was worth the wait!!! Even the drive there had us on our toes, the 13th most dangerous road in the world took us to our start destination. We ...
Upon the recommendation of friends and family who have made it to New Zealand before us, we opted to spend a few days in Wanaka instead of the neighboring Queenstown, and we found this to be great advice. Wanaka had a perfect pace for us and we enjoyed our time there a great deal. Upon passing through Boulder..... I mean Queenstown on our way to Milford Sound, we were even more happy to have spent our time in laid back Wanaka. Time to ...
... hotel or motel in every other city on the South island through which we traveled - so they were selling campsites on the front lawn for NZ$60. It was crazy to come out of room at night and see tents set up in front of us! Anyway, it was fine, and Te Anau was fine. We went to the nicest restaurant in town, which the guidebooks, Trip Advisor and the friendly Kiwis we had met at the Peregrine winery had all recommended. They were on a 2-hour wait so we ...
... so we decided to make the short walk to the Luxmore Cave where we stayed dry while nosing about at stalactites, columns, and various nooks and crannies.
That evening and the next morning were made doubly good because of our meal choices for this trip. We certainly didn’t have the lightest packs of the 56 people staying at the hut (nor the heaviest for that matter) but we certainly made a lot ...