The Resurgence

Address: Riwaka Valley Road, Kairuru, Nelson-Tasman Region, South Island, 7198, New Zealand | 5 star inn
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This 5 star inn is located on Riwaka Valley Road, Kairuru.
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      Travel Blogs from Kairuru

      Mt Arthur and the Tablelands

      A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Oct 17, 2014

      31 photos

      ... wind picked up, so before heading out into the open we stopped to put on rain jackets and various windproof garments. From there up to the summit Orla was very happy to have a 30lb pack on, as the wind was strong enough that the extra stability helped with walking. The views from the top were about 3m, so instead of stopping we kept on towards Mt Arthur. Luck was on our side as we made our way to the saddle. Seems all that wind ...

      Walking On Sunshine (And Storms)

      A travel blog entry by handytravels on Apr 23, 2014

      15 photos

      ... We did manage one stop, at the pancake rocks in Punakaiki, however as it wasn’t high tide we didn’t get the full experience. It was still nice just to get out of the van for a bit. We did manage to time a sunset perfectly as we climbed a hill on our way to franz, so that was a nice reward for a tiring piece of driving. If all goes well, tomorrow we will be up in the glaciers….

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      Storms still scare us

      Glorious Golden Bay: Where I Wanna Stay!

      A travel blog entry by tayrae on Mar 13, 2014

      10 photos

      ... I’m not planning to wear dreadlocks or become a nudist, but I’m all about the other stuff. Some of it is silly, some of it is cliché hippie jargan, but most of it is really excellent. Song lyrics, original poetry, famous quotes, philosophical
      questions, advice, and a whole lot more. Not the cleanest or freshest bathroom experience, but definitely the most inspirational! If that’s not a sure sign of a hippie camp, I’m not sure what is.


      Reveling in seclusion

      A travel blog entry by journeyer on Feb 26, 2014

      30 photos

      ... for light painting of the trees. I am loving the experimentation of the amount of time for the light on the landscape and the brig broad brushstrokes as my arm paints light – I am emulating the Japanese brush painters who paint with such large brushes like the size of mops that they use their entire body in the motion. I am startled several times when the ...

      Peppers Lodge

      A travel blog entry by dianeandmike on Jan 22, 2014

      ... It was a cute beach town where we were scheduled to get on a boat to our lodge. After some lunch we boarded the boat. We were dropped off in the sand and walked a km into the reception area. A kind busboy rode his atv with our luggage. Mike and I had memories of the Tokoriki in Fiji and our landing in the sand there. ...