Forest Lodge

Address: 140 Forest Drive, Methven, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 140 Forest Drive, Methven.
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Travel Blogs from Methven

This motorhome is not behaving!

A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Sep 14, 2014

10 photos

... but it would need a clean first so we could expect to switch our gear from one to the other in about an hour. About 2 hrs later we were able to do so. The new van was a mixed bag – seats were nicer, and fridge was bigger, but storage was smaller and configured in a much less useful way than the other van. And it had better tyres, but an extra 45000km on the clock. Still, so long as everything worked, we would be glad. About 1pm we ...

The 200km Hitch

A travel blog entry by clyde90s on Jul 06, 2014

... whereby Maori Language is banned and any Maori who is against the government will have their rightful lands taken away. Times are better now whereby the government are treating them better and also acknowledge the Maori culture by tourism. Maori Language were taught in educational system too, but not compulsory alongside Sign Language and English.

As for the history, most of the animals here weren't native and were brought along with the British in the past. ...

Omarama to Christchurch (day 14)

A travel blog entry by maria_devine on Dec 27, 2013

23 photos

... remnants of orc makeup on having a drink. We passed the Waitaki canal and holding lakes which is a water scheme giving 1/5th of New Zealand's power. It looked beautiful though as it was a piercing blue colour. We then continued on stopping again at Lake Pukaki for a photo (and for me to nearly break my camera when the tripod fell over) and then Lake Tekapo. From lake Tekapo you can see Aoraki/ Mount ...

Mt. Hutt Ski field

A travel blog entry by edsutch on Oct 12, 2013

13 photos

... They wouldn't say they would be open if they didn't have any snow, would they? So we drove up this road, which soon turned to a gravel road where we drove up through a forest... Still no snow. Eventually we turn some bends, and a few spots of ice turn to a lot of snow. The road, well it was pretty non existent, wet, muddy, and lots of stones moving around really doesn't make it any easier for our 91 plate Nissan sunny wagon to start climbing the hills. We ...

16th Day

A travel blog entry by jesse.nessi on Oct 05, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... wrong. After winding down a few streets we finally found it, and then found parking. The place was awesome, as it was styled after an old english pub with its decor, and architecture. We ordered the steak and ribs platter for 2, and it was easily the 2nd best meal we had here in NZ. The ribs were delicious, along with the steaks and the potato wedges were amazing! After having a couple pints with our meal, we set off to find a campground for the night as it ...