Travel Blogs from Kaiteriteri
I stayed for 1 week in Wellington and my needs were less than adequately met by a 6-bed shared dorm for the duration. The room could be described as similar in dimension to that of a shoe-box and it consisted of 3 bunk-beds which were squeezed in against the 4 walls...to say 'you couldn't swing a cat' would be close to the mark. The other 5 persons …
... that. I don't even look remotely French or German. I even said hello in Turkish and people's reactions were too funny. But, nothing quite beat the reaction when I squawked 'Ni Hao' in my best Chinese accent, the woman actually replied with a Chinese sounding "herrrrowwww" back at us. We had to time it so that we weren't actually taking before or they'd know we were only joking but I think we did a good job in convincing people we were ...
... and arriving at another nice looking beach it decided to go for a run was told a nice route round the inlet, ended up running through the bush and not being about to find my way out other than re tracing my steps, by the time I got back to the beach it was almost dark so decided to dive in! Have booked a day kayaking tomorrow with an 8am pick up so hope my dorm room of 4 isn't too ...
What a wonderful way to see the Abel Tasman National park coastline! The sea shuttle took us from Kaiteriteri all the way to Tonga beach where we met our guide and kayaks. Blue sky, turquoise sea and hills with dense bush right down to the sea. We meandered into bays and coves, with a bit of paddling and saw seals and playful pups on the rocks as well as sea birds. Our favourites - oyster catchers, pied cormorants, little blue penguins and a gannet in flight. We shared a ...
Read more about possums here: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news /2006/04/0425_060425_possum.html
Read more about the Naked Possum here:
Okay, let’s move on from possums. ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking