Skylarks Countrystay

199 Westdale Road, Redwood Valley, Mapua, Nelson-Tasman Region, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 199 Westdale Road, Redwood Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Redwood Valley

New Zealand - Day 14 - Nelson to Able Tasman

A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach on Apr 24, 2014

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... everyone as there were at least 40 others on board but we do enjoy a challenge also! We arrived at The Barn Accomodation in Able Tasman at 7.00pm, found our rooms, claimed our beds, turned the heaters on, then setup a barbeque. It was one hungry bus! Many had been travelling since 7am from Wellington and it is now 7pm. A feast was sure to be required! It was certainly a feast. The BBQ was covered ...

Abel Tasman

A travel blog entry by fuzzyfruit on Apr 24, 2014

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... so we look forward to going back.

That evening I decided we should have an impromptu fancy dress party as I had spied a dressing up box earlier in the day and the following day was Suzee's birthday! Not many folk got too involved but a few of us stayed up swapping YouTube videos and having a good laugh. After midnight South African Chris dug out his vuvuzela once more and Suzee partook in a South African birthday ritual of drinking from ...


A travel blog entry by shoestringkiwis on Mar 28, 2014

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We had a wee poke around the shops at the wharf this morning - including a speciality hat shop which was very cool - I have never seen so many hats in one place. Then on along the coast to Motueka. Mot is gorgeous - very laid back with a much bigger town centre than I had imagined. We are right in the middle of apple season, so the place is humming with backpackers of all ages and nationalities looking for work on ...


A travel blog entry by journeyer on Feb 23, 2014

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... offers to give us a Styrofoam box and to deliver the cheese at the end of the day when she returns home. After looking at the cheeses on display and listening to Vanessa describe the cheeses, with similar words to describe a fine wine or microbrewed beer, we opt for the tasting sampler. Harvey is in heaven realizing that he can eat this cheese without concern for his lactose intolerance. I make notes of ...

Summer Sun and Other Such Fun

A travel blog entry by amy-and-ian on Feb 22, 2014

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... in the van and didn't wake up until it was the new year.

On one of our days off we headed over Takaka Hill (different hill from the Marahau Hill, and takes you a long way UP before you come down the other side). We went to the top and did a walk out to Harwood Hole which is one of the entrances to an absolutely ginormous caving system, and the hole itself is 183m deep, pretty strange feeling to lean over the edge and of course, despite the 'no throwing rocks' sign, Ian felt the ...