Omau Settlers Lodge

Address: 1054 Cape Rd., Westport, South Island, New Zealand | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 1054 Cape Rd., Westport, is near Underworld Adventures Cave Rafting, Coaltown, Outwest Tours, and Phaedra's Guided Walking Tours.
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      December & January Flash By

      A travel blog entry by harleyrider2 on Jan 31, 2015

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      ... coming home with us and after searching for owners we took her home. Off to the local vet the next day and said we would keep her for a week then Tony & Warren would adopt her.

      She kept us on our toes and loved to play but also loved the cuddles as well. She is now at Tony and Warren’s, sorting out Barney and sleeping with him now. It appears she may have been dumped and we did spot a couple more kittens running between houses in the same ...

      Rivers and Roads...

      A travel blog entry by riccitaylor on Dec 02, 2014

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      ... get. I could literally almost touch this one GIANT seal. So cool. Cape Foulwind is actually where Able Tasman first sighted New Zealand. This coast is unbelievable to say the least. I have about 3 more stops in small towns I want to make along the West coast and then it's Glacier Country- an area of this country I've been dying to ...

      North to South

      A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Nov 30, 2014

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      ... to Cleopatra's Pool but I have to say I was rather underwhelmed, it looked like the rest of the river. The walk was mostly flat and wound through the rainforest above the coast with some really good views. The weather was quite over cast but when the sun came out the sea looked incredible and very turquoise. It actually reminded me of Australia more so than any other place so far just because the rainforest looked more tropical than on the North Island. The walk took ...

      Pancakes and Blowholes

      A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... layering formation, which resembled pancakes stacked on top of each other. We probably spent an hour there all up, but were hungry for lunch and it was already after 1pm. We popped across the road to the Pancake Rocks Cafe (simile #4) and ordered lunch. Donna picked the pancakes/bacon/maple syrup combo (simile #5). Harrison had his second genuine hamburger and tolerated it so long as there were chips nearby.

      After lunch (and a ...

      The people who put things in perspective

      A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Aug 22, 2014

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      ... Sparrow. I've gained this perspective from the inspirational people with whom I've been lucky enough to travel on this journey. I suspect most of the time they don't even realise just how incredible they are. I've met two girls who were both suffering from anxiety-related mental illnesses caused by their demanding jobs. Both struggled to drag themselves out of bed in the morning and into the workplace which was, for them, hell. And so these girls, who ...