Torlesse Motels

Address: Little Kaiteriteri Beach, Kaiteriteri, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 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 …

      Golden Times

      A travel blog entry by cerikang on Sep 10, 2014

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      ... we turned around, our German friend, who we’d met in Fox Glacier, came cycling after us. We loved that we’d decided to go to the same place, on the same day, at exactly the same time without any arrangement. After a quick chat, we declined his offer of a backie and he shot off (completing over 100km that day).

      After being passed by a few grumpy looking workmen in big trucks, we were picked up by a young Korean, who told us we were very brave for hitching ...

      More Kiwi love - South Island

      A travel blog entry by scpearson on Jun 10, 2014

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      ... crossed but the weather was too windy again so we had to leave for Wanaka instead.
      Wanaka was our drivers hometown so we were all very excited to go there, it was also Steves last night with us. We stopped off at many sights on the way down, lots of kettle pools formed by the glaciers so they acted like mirrors.
      We went out for Mexican for dinner then went out in Wanaka, bit of a tame one, apart from Steve. Wanaka was a really quirky, pretty town, lots of ...

      Over the Hill to Golden Bay

      A travel blog entry by mdod on Apr 08, 2014

      34 photos

      ... shedded fronds reminded me of a jumbo pitcher. Lots of beauty and intrigue packed into 20 min.

      We got back to the car park at 3:15 and we weren’t tired so we decided to check out nearby Rawhiti Cave I was afraid of flash floods after the rain all night but we only had light rain during the day. The track was signed by DOC but we had to go 1 km down a gravel road and through two gated paddocks to get to the start of the track. We saw a chain on the ...

      Abel Tasman and Kaiteriteri

      A travel blog entry by cathirving on Mar 26, 2014

      Abel Tasman national park was definitely our unexpected wonderful surprise. We knew the park was great, but when we stumbled across Harwoods Hole we were amazed. It's the Southern Hemisphere's deepest sinkhole at 176m deep! You end up viewing it about 3/4 of the way up, so a sheer cliff face in front of you and a m*********** below you! James got a bit ...