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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      North to South

      A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Nov 30, 2014

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      ... recent history since the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. There's also a section on the Pacific Islands and similarities between the different languages. On level 3 there was an art section but I didn't visit it and a paid exhibition on dinosaurs. If that part had been free I would have looked at it but I wasn't about to spend $30 to walk around it. In the afternoon I had a walk around the other parts of the city with Claire and then in the evening we had a few ...

      Abel Tasman

      A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Nov 04, 2014

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      ... getting a seat next to a nice English guy Bert with whom we struck up a conversation. We were relieved the ship had us back at Kaiteriteri on schedule by 4.15, as our day was far from over. We had a 3.5-4 drive south and down the West Coast to Punaitiki. Initially it seemed a daunting task, especially with overcast skies and tired legs. After a while, the skies opened up, the sun returned, and we were treated to mountain views, rolling hills and countless streams and ...

      Pancakes and Blowholes

      A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... mostly uni students) plummeted to their deaths. We walked out along the blowhole walk and were lucky enough to be pretty close to high tide, and with some reasonable swell coming in the blowholes were quite active, even getting us wet a few times. The boys absolutely loved it. Harrison was timing the run-in of each surf break to see when it would shoot up out of the blowhole.

      Most of the rocky landscape on the walk showed ...

      Road Trip continued: Rain Rain Go Away

      A travel blog entry by jrocci on Aug 01, 2014

      ... make sure the sheep turned into the farm and before we could answer, she took off. Not having any idea what to do, we jumped out of the car and instantly became sheep herders, just like that! Thankfully the sheep dogs did most of the directing, but we were ecstatic to have a part in the process. Continuing our journey, we drove almost 400 km through the southwest of the South Island called the Fiordlands, had a quick night's rest and then Nina and ...

      Coastal road

      A travel blog entry by jojo-a-lenka on Jun 09, 2014

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      ... stopped and finally sun came out when we arrived. We took a short walk and after approx. 20 minutes we saw loads of baby seals. On the way back to the car we had a stroll on the beautiful sandy beach with dark grey sands.

      We got again into the car and drove to Nelson – the city where the ring for the movie lord of the rings was crafted.

      As usual it was raining for the rest of the day and all the lookouts were covered by fog or clouds. ...