Travel Blogs from Kaiteriteri
Abel Tasman national park was definitely our unexpected wonderful surprise. We knew the park was great, but when we stumbled across Harwoods Hole we were amazed. It's the Southern Hemisphere's deepest sinkhole at 176m deep! You end up viewing it about 3/4 of the way up, so a sheer cliff face in front of you and a m*********** below you! James got a bit ...
... weather quickly turned and we were covered in goosebumps! We wondered round the tiny beachside town then sat down with Rachel and Charlotte on a bench outside the hostel- bizarrely it was getting hotter again! Hen decided to go and explore the surrounding views on a run whilst i sat and chatted with Rachel and Charlotte! The time flew by and we were then preparing to make supper, making sure that we made it to ...
The Te Waikoropupu Springs are the sacred home of Huriawa, the Maori
protective guardian. The clear fresh waters are said to be healing
waters and used in ceremonies. As we walk through the entrance we read on ...
... way through our story we came across a tiger and named him Roger we actually used a bunch of ferns to impersonate the tiger. Daisy's section of the story described how the girls got a ride on the tigers back, and so yes, we did ride the ferns pretending it was our tiger. A couple passed us and must have thought we had come adrift from our school or specials day out group - oh we did laugh. Half way through our actual walk we thought it was time ...
... we need time in places like this or Bartlett, NH – time for seclusion surrounded by nature where one can follows ones heart, mind and spirit and live at one’s own pace.
I start off photographing the birds on our beach walk, the water and sand, the tree and bush lined beach, and finally what captures my attention are the shells wide open. That’s my heart ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking