Torlesse Motels

Address: 8 Kotare Place, Little Kaiteriteri Beach, Kaiteriteri, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 8 Kotare Place, Little Kaiteriteri Beach, Kaiteriteri.
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      Travel Blogs from Kaiteriteri

      Crossing from East coast to Abel Tasman Nat Park

      A travel blog entry by cathyjonny on Mar 05, 2014

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      The whale boats were not going out today because of the storm coming up from Christchurch. We heard on the news that there was damage done by the storm in Christchurch and the ferry from Wellington was turned back yesterday afternoon and no sailings since. We were lucky to get across yesterday morning. It was raining all the way back along the …

      And here's where the insurance comes in handy...

      A travel blog entry by soniya on Jan 20, 2015

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      ... Luckily a morning of sun appeared and we were in the plane before we could say ihopetheparachuteworks. This was the most amazing, exhilarating and exciting thing I've ever done in my life and I would do it all again in a heartbeat. The views of the glaziers in the plane were absolutely breathtaking and definitely distracted us from what was about to happen.The initial tumble out of the plane was verging on terrifying, but once we stabilised ...

      Skirts and Seals

      A travel blog entry by wattsy on Oct 18, 2014

      9 photos

      ... and forth and up and down. I try to take a picture of the seals but with the sea the way it was most of the pictures are of the sea or sky, very few of the seals themselves!

      Moving to more sheltered waters we head back towards the mainland. We hug the coastline as we paddle back towards the village passing all the bays and beaches. We stop at a couple of them and get out to explore. As we return to Sandy Bay (where the village is) the tide has come in, but the water is ...

      Glorious Golden Bay: Where I Wanna Stay!

      A travel blog entry by tayrae on Mar 13, 2014

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      ... the Grove Sceneic Reserve is a short walk through Rata forest and incredible limestone blocks and pillars. The path winds in between the natural cracks of the water-worn limestone blocks, and the curling roots of the Rata trees twist and drape around the rock almost like tentacles. Lucious nikau palms add a lovely green glow and shade the path from the hot sun. We had fun wandering through this natural playground…a wonderland for climbers!

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      Wind in our sails

      A travel blog entry by journeyer on Feb 28, 2014

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      ... clearing where we can see the beach but not have the strong wind and we sit, gaze at the spectacular view of the rock formations, boulders and arches, the foaming ocean and its spray, and the sand racing across the beach with each gust of wind. We make our way down to the beach - clearly the tide is on the way in, the wind is now incrementally stronger and the sand is blasting us. We definitely ...