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

I am not a road runner...

A travel blog entry by lawsy on Aug 17, 2015

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... good idea I will never know. 7km we ran, I have never run for 45 minutes without stopping in my life! And what is worse, the group was led by a 12 year old school girl! Ridiculous! It is confirmed, I am a footballer, not a road runner! However I did feel a lot better for it afterwards. Chilled out this evening in front of the fire under my blanket. I will sleep well ...

The first day as Mobile Holmes by car.

A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Feb 25, 2015

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... pronunciation of Madame as being ver Frensh, and so engaged the bloke in conversation. We were short of time so set of south without much delay. The day had started fine but on arriving at Akaroa the wind quickly got up on the water and the crowds spilled down the hills. As we came the hill before Akaroa there was an amazing view of the inlet with incredible aquamarine coloured sea, but, before Amanda could take photo, the clouds came over and ...

Hiking Aoraki/Mount Cook

A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Feb 03, 2015

... believe Dad when he first told me it was Jupiter); Orion’s Belt and, by association, Canis Major, the dog constellation; the Southern Cross and the Pointer Stars; and the cluster of stars contained in Orion’s sword. Greg saw a red dot – we think he was looking through the wrong eye. We also had a look at the full moon, which was akin to looking at the sun. Another short night was in order – we didn’t get back to the hotel until nearly midnight. ...

To Timaru

A travel blog entry by hughieanddoris on Dec 15, 2014

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Our first stop this morning was at Baldwin Street in Dunedin, famous for being considered the steepest residential street in the world with a gradient of 1 : 2.86. We didn't climb it ourselves, just took photos of others doing it.
From there we left Dunedin for tonight's stop at Timaru roughly half way to Christchurch. First coffee stop today was at the Moeraki boulders which formed millions of years ago in a process similar to the formation of oyster pearls. The ...

The Hooker Valley

A travel blog entry by peterjl on Oct 19, 2014

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... to give us a good start tomorrow. We have a day in hand cos earlier in the holiday we had hurried on to Queenstown to take advantage of a good weather window for our Dart River and Doubtful Sound trips. Looking at the weather after those trips that was definitely a good decision. So we are going back up to north of Christchurch to see the Lewis Pass and Hanmer Springs. At the beginning of our trip the pass was only open with snow chains but it should be accessible ...

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