The Honest Lawyer Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Free parking
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... Getting a hot water bottle for the cold nights. - Having warm hot chocolate cake and ice cream! - Spending our first night alone among the mountains next to a river. Despite being rained in on a couple of evenings, and struggling with the cold, the first few days with our van were fantastic. The views we saw suitably whetted our appetite, and we were excited to continue south to see what else the South Island of New Zealand had to offer! Lots of love, J&A ...
... been sunny and busier we may not have seen the seal, it may have relocated away from the crowds. So we are content, and once out of wet clothes even happier!
We drive back down to Motueka and do the laundry, including our freshly sea salted clothes. We try to check in to a campsite only to be turned away, told that our camper was too large and would drain all their electricity! Bemused, we continue south towards Richmond. It's getting late now, so we decide to get a take ...
... their extensive line of beers) where we sampled their Heffeweissen and Tasman lager. Last up was The Free House, a lovely old converted church that boasted 375+ beers on tap from 55+ breweries! plus several 'real ale' hand pumps. Here we tried the Lonely Ale and a Captain Cooker (made with manuka, of the manuka honey fame!). We also ordered in a delicious pizza from Stefano's next door, that ...
3/26/14 A shuttle picked us up from our hostel in Nelson at 7 am and drove us to Abel Tasman National Park. From the town of Marahau a water taxi drove us north to the top of the coast where we would start our four day hike back to the entry of the park. The water taxi was neat because we got to see the entire coast; even the sections where the trail moves inland. On the water taxi, Kyle tells me that the guy behind us is wearing green Kewaskum shorts. I said "That's impossible. ...
We arrived in Picton on the South Island at 11am after a 3 hour ferry ride from Wellington. We met our new bus and some new travellers and headed towards Abel Tasman National Park.
On route we passed through the Marlborough vineyard region and stopped for an hour of wine tasting. We then stopped for some lunch in Nelson before arriving into Motueka on the edge of the Abel Tasman National Park. The National Park ...