Skylarks Countrystay

Address: 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


A travel blog entry by michelle009 on Jun 20, 2015

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... a couple more things, huge big market and brought a couple of cute wee dresses for a good price. Another warm day but not too hot. Headed off to the rugby at the Stadia Giovanni Zini which was about a 20 minute walk, but because it was hot we opted for a taxi, very cheap in Cremona to get a taxi, great idea. Got a good seat in the stadium and watched the other games. Crowds continued to fill the stadium and unfortunately all the NZ ...

Sailing, Seals, Stingrays and Shags

A travel blog entry by on Apr 22, 2015

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... Blue Duck Lodge in particular we have been treated to views of the Southern Cross, which means we know where south is these days, the Milky Way and the occasional shooting star and satellite. The only downside is this stiff neck you get from staring upward in wonder. The National Park here, although the smallest in NZ has not disappointed and we are already thinking of coming back in the summer to make the most of the golden beaches and turquoise ...

Sun, Sea and Seals

A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Apr 12, 2015

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... to see what a normal double looked like as we didn't want to be ripped off. We were already abit annoyed seeing as two of our friends got the twin and they had an ensuite as well and paid $20 less than us. Ahh well, we learnt an important lesson today of ringing up the accomendation and prebooking a double room before we arrived at our destination where we are relying on a room from the kiwi experience. We miss our old driver!!! Regardless of all of the comotion, we decided to take ...

Sea Kayaking Abel Tasman NP

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Apr 04, 2015

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... into the kayaks and Mark had showed us the proper paddling and sitting down techniques, we were off on our own to explore the various bays and beaches along the Tasman Bay. Thankfully the wind would be at our backs throughout the day, so we would have a little help in the rougher waters. We started off exploring Sandfly Beach's lagoon that was only accessible during high tide. There was a small pool in the back where a freshwater stream emptied into ...

Abel Tasman National Park

A travel blog entry by nette2207 on Feb 13, 2015

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... 3 days here. (Not sure why I'm getting random commas appearing in my text but can't be bother trying to edit as it takes too long) A bottle of lovely Pinot Gris is quickly consumed in the garden of,the cafe, then it's time for a swim. Not hot but pleasantly refreshing and it felt even better the second time in. Norma and Kath decided once was enough and stayed on the beach sunbathing thinking they wouldn't burn being later afternoon.....we will see ...