Twin Waters Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We stopped for a while and continued to Takaka which was not that far away and called the AA. Luckily there was a mechanic nearby so the brakes were checked and they are ok....l had travelled behind a huge very slow lorry coming down the steep hill so instead of using the gears I had been using the brakes....driver error!! After being reassured the car was ok we continued to Golden Bay which is a very ...
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March 5, 2015
We had a hell of a time deciding on what to do in Abel Tasman. It was supposed to rain and we weren't sure we wanted to ...
Oh Oh! Graham managed to slightly redesign poor old Wingroads rear bumper skirt last night when parking at the bar, this was before the beer too. Luckily we have bumper to bumper cover (and hopefully Japanese skirts cover). Quite pleased to leave the rainforest coast in the mist and drive up the west coast to Greymouth which was much less grey than expected. Drove on an our first dual road and ...
We moved to Collingwood Motor Camp, after a nice lunch at the Mussel Inn, a local popular pub with a great reputation for good ales and live music. We had passed this a few times during theday to find people camping on the verge, obviously from a good evening the previous day! This was a gem of a campsite with more tents than campervans on an estuary tidal beach, with apparently excellent fishing! Collingwood is a delightful village ...
Our original plan was to go to Kaiteriteri, a place stongly recommended by several of Sarah' s Kiwi friends. As it was raining and the forcast suggested that it would be clearing from the north we decided to drive to the norhernmost point in the Abel Tasman National Park. This we did in rain and low cloud as we climbed over the mountains into Takaka. As we arrived the rain stopped so we had a stroll through what ...