Tighnafeile House

Address: 62 Wai-iti Road, Timaru, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 62 Wai-iti Road, Timaru.
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Travel Blogs from Timaru

Lazy Day

A travel blog entry by yvrbhoy on Jan 11, 2015

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... boarded the ship, a group of NZ folk dancers sent us off with a lively performance that had a celtic ring to it.

Got 3rd workout in - 1:40 and 1196 cals

Dinner tonight was our 1st reserved dinner in one of two upscale restaurants (Signatures), although I would say that all of the food services are quite upscale. The food has been excellent - too excellent! The quality and availability ...

Moving mountains

A travel blog entry by graceschulz on Dec 11, 2014

The long drive to mount cook, three hours with no one in sight. We just saw a mountain climb out of the horizon. Oh I sound so poetic :) Mount cook is the tallest point in New Zealand, something that was discussed at length in the car as I couldn't remember of what it was the tallest peak, but alas it is only the tallest point in New Zealand. Upon arrival, we were too early to check in- a testimony to the early start we ...

Mt. Cook Village!!

A travel blog entry by heather_ireland on Jun 22, 2014

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... nice company on the tour. The mother like to joke
around, she was so cute. They were my adopted Singapore family. Once we got to
the glacier we had to climb up this pretty steep cliff to see the glacier. Lee
told us that only three people could be at the top at a time because the cliff
wasn’t that stable. I had a lot of fun on that tour. When we got back Lee was
telling me about this stargazing tour that they did ...

Big Kids at Camp in Mt. Cook!!

A travel blog entry by cedarposte on Mar 24, 2014

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... can see? Even a group of pigeons recognized the opportunity of a great home in the eye of the largest elephant.
Upon leaving we had to remove our shoes,,before getting into the cars, as you know what was embedded into the soles!

A little Sympaticoways down the road, we stopped to investigate the site of some ancient Moari art inscribed in the limestone walls. Although they were faded , ...

Last day in this gorgeous place.

A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Feb 14, 2014

... boats), and off we shot to look at all the icebergs from seriously close. But no problems. I've seen Titanic, and it wasn't like that. But really fascinating to see close up, and hear how the icebergs happen. Then off to the far end of the lake, to get close up and personal with the business end of the Tasman glacier. Not too close though, as the glacier has a shelf extending about 20 metres forward under the water. And new icebergs can be formed ...

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