Cherylea Motor Lodge

Address: 73-79 Nelson Street, Blenheim, South Island, New Zealand | Lodge
 
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Location

This lodge, located on 73-79 Nelson Street, Blenheim, is near Bubbly Grape Wine Tours (Marlborough), Wine Tours By Bike, Cloudy Bay, and Quilter's Barn - Mud Hut Complex.
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Travel Blogs from Blenheim

Goodbye to the South Island

A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Sep 26, 2014

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... its impossible without entering the bridge to know whether there are any vehicles at the other side that needed to be given way to.
- the way the power utility runs 3-phase power along some poles on the west coast near Greymouth and Westport. See the photo, but the 3 wires + the earth wire are held apart only about 10cm from each other in a 4-wire combo separated by insulated bridges every 5-6m. Can't understand the logic of it.
- the way locals ...

Jason the Sperm Whale

A travel blog entry by edddadams on May 09, 2014

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We headed out of Christchurch saddened at the plight of Christchurch but excited to be heading to Kaikoura and our next adventure - whale watching. We were not disappointed. A catamaran took around 25 passengers 6 miles or so off the east coast peninsula to a canyon area where the sea floor reaches some 1600m. A submarine canyon the closest of its kind to land occurring at the edge of the continental shelf and the largest in the Southern Hemisphere stretches 1700km's. ...

Bucking the Backpacker Blues

A travel blog entry by tayrae on May 05, 2014

... shock or homesickness. For the better part of this week, I have been experiencing one of these lows, or as I like to call it, the backpacker blues. The backpacker blues are annoying, but totally normal. Just like everybody has bad days, every traveler gets the backpacker blues every now and then.

This particular case of the backpacker blues was a bit trickier than usual. I’m not homesick, and I’m not stressed by culture shock. So what the hell’s the ...

Vintage Nights

A travel blog entry by tayrae on Apr 11, 2014

... will be short. I’m living in a big house with many of the other winery staff. There are about 20 of us working the night shift, most of us live here in the house. We come from Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Britain, China, Chile, Canada (just me!), and USA. The day shift staff are equally international. Some of them live here as well, although I’d never know it because I rarely actually see them at ...

End of day 2

A travel blog entry by glenda98 on Mar 13, 2014

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... The lovely man there at e c glennie fixed it for $25. What a trooper! Made it to the ferry with over an hour to spare so finished off last nights bottle of wine and had a wee relax .... I'm sure axle is bored out of his brain at this stage. Decided to stay in the campa for the journey as I wasn't sure of the rules with dogs. Was nice, got naked and had a lovely rest. When it was time to leave couldn't find the key so held up about 30 cars ...