Quality Hotel Marlborough
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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For some reason, all of the cars in New Zealand were rented. It's not the height of their tourist season, so the best we can figure is that the cricket tournament was wreaking havoc on the rental car demand. Thanks to Jenni's local sim card, we were able to call rental companies and we may have found the last rental car available in the northern …
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On our way home we had to pick up a few walkers who had spend time walking the Queen Charlotte track. Some parts of these walks are over 1 , 2 or 3 days. The first destination was ok, they were there waiting for us. However at the second pick up point we were 3 people short. We waited for about 10 minutes but still no one in sight. The poor captain, or postie I suppose did not feel ...
After our lazy day yesterday visiting Cloudy Bay, followed by a good sleep we feel well rested, and fit to tackle more vineyards . We started with Villa Maria, we had previously visited the Auckland vineyard after we landed so were interested to see this and compare. Very impressed with the miles of vines, they just stretch on and on. At the cellar door we met Michelle, who was extremely welcoming and ...
... forgotten to start it at the beginning, so it was a bit more than that!!). We stopped to enjoy the view, take a few photos and have a banana to keep us going until lunch.
Like with most things, what goes up must come down, so we spent the next half hour descending the mountain, only to have to go back up again. We finished the first section half an hour quicker than what it advised, we weren't rushing, in fact we were taking our time and enjoying the ...
... time the other mornings and it was difficult joggling along. Then final preps and on the road again, seemed strange after 4 nights in one place. The route to Picton was different to the scenery so far, much dryer initially with lots of orchards, hop growing and general agriculture and straight roads. But as the journey went on we were back into hills, winding roads, tree covered hillsides (where they hadn't been logged),views down to inlets etc. We ...