The Alpine Rose Motel

Address: 139 High Street, Greymouth, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 139 High Street, Greymouth, is near On yer bike! Adventures and Dragon's Cave Rafting.
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      Amazing Amazing Amazing

      A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Sep 24, 2014

      29 photos

      ... a 20min flight was going to be megabucks, but Donna got a much better deal – still the same megabucks but for a 30min flight this time that covered both the Fox Glacier and Franz Joseph Glaciers, so we booked it for 11.15am. Since we had about 1.5hrs to go we sat down excitedly in the café and had morning tea and charged up all our devices at a power point. New cloud cover was slowly coming in from the sea, but it stayed pretty low, so it was hopefully ...

      Heart of Gold

      A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Aug 18, 2014

      7 photos

      ... from the base, we could quite easily navigate ourselves. We just needed to be aware that conditions were always changing, and as we were walking on the floor of the glacial valley we were right in the path of any dangers, like flood waters, river surges, rock or ice fall! Every day the department of conservation rangers check conditions and put up barriers and signs to show the current hazards.We were advised the most tranquil time of day was before 8am or after 4pm, as ...

      Pancakes and Gold

      A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Apr 15, 2014

      17 photos

      ... over millions of years, creating an underwater land mass.Then the real action began. Following a period of dramatic uplifting caused by the shifting of tectonic plates, these masses were thrust above the ocean's surface to be exposed now to wind, waves and weather. Over time, the elements have disproportionately eroded the softer mudstone to leave behind the "pancake stacks" we see today. This strange sight of a pile ...

      A Hitchhiking Adventure

      A travel blog entry by neil.scannell on Apr 10, 2014

      19 photos

      ... got a young girl to smile, laugh, and pull over. Claire was from Ireland and was making her way right through Franz Josef, our final destination. We bought her dinner at our hostel, said thank you, and she was on her way again. Kyle and I hitched a total of 360 km today. Tomorrow we take a helicopter up a glacier and get to hike for 4 hours. So excited! Oh yeah, and we're meeting up with our German mates, Jonny and Anton, tomorrow evening! It's gonna be a great ...

      Saturday on the west coast

      A travel blog entry by pamanion on Mar 08, 2014

      49 photos

      ... which is getting old!) and first drove to an area famous for unusual rock formations and blow holes. We hiked around the cliffs and although the sun wasn't out, it was lovely. Next we went to visit a seal colony which we watched from the cliffs above. We stayed in that area and went for an hour long hike along the top of the bluffs. By this point the sun was shining, the sky crystal blue and the air warm and was wonderful. ...