Twin Waters Lodge

Address: 30 Totara Avenue, Collingwood, South Island, 7054, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 30 Totara Avenue, Collingwood, is near Te Waikoropupu Springs (Pupu Springs).
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    Travel Blogs from Collingwood

    Happy Easter from Farewell Spit!

    A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Apr 05, 2015

    132 photos

    ... and beautiful stalactites slowly stretching their arms towards their stalagmite counterparts on the ground. The last and final room we entered was the original entrance to the cave. When it was originally discovered in the late 1800s there was no concept of preservation for the future so many of the visitors stole pieces of the stalactites (which grow only centimeters over hundreds of years) and scribbled their autographs all over the place. While we ...

    Kayak weekend in Totaranui

    A travel blog entry by dutchkiwis on Feb 08, 2015

    1 comment, 98 photos

    ... we had a swim and waited for the kayaks to arrive. We had a lunch at an old historic site and the kayakers decided to leave the kayaks in the bay as the wind would make it very hard to kayak back to Totaranui.We got in the sailing boat and sailed back to Totaranui.

    After coming back at the Baird Cottage, Ingrid and I packed our stuff, said goodbye and ...

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    A travel blog entry by kstyan on Jan 08, 2015

    16 photos

    ... the 22nd, we went straight to touch rugby, a new sport to me but knowing the basics of rugby it wasn't hard to pick up and was a great laugh and work out with some of the locals. That was just the start of my sporting adventures.
    Milking itself was much like milking at the other farm I had been too accept their herringbone was twice as long and so it was quick to get the cows through, leaving more time for fun. As it was the school holiday, their ...


    A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Jan 04, 2015

    33 photos

    ... space is very impressive, you experience a kind of nothingness, the horizon appears and disappears, sea, sand and sky merge constantly. The fact that the spit supports its inhabitants, especially the Godwits and Turnstones who make their yearly incredible journey to get there, is extraordinary! We went to the lighthouse for tea, (a little sunken haven of greenery, supporting a DOC hut and the original lighthouse keeper's cottage). ...

    A day of two halves

    A travel blog entry by caretaker on Dec 18, 2014

    31 photos

    ... that as we weren't in a caravan, no problem. Rob drove the tortuous unpaved road up over a mountain and down to a lovely beach and campground. It was a white knuckle ride as far as he was concerned while Sarah put on her headphones, cranked up the music and shut her eyes. The surface was good and well maintained but following the rain was a bit slick in places. We were now treated to lovely sunshine while ...