Abelia Motor Lodge
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... my favourite things that we have done would probably be going to Abel Tasman national park. On our last day with the Meeder's we had arranged to go for a hike. To be honest I was not really looking forward to the hike because hikes are not normally super duper fun.
We woke up pretty early to be out of the house for the time the boat was leaving. The boat was going to take us to Abel Tasman national park because the park has no road access. The boat ride was about ...
... sandy beaches. Picnic and swim on the beach, well the fit and healthy Robinsons swam whilst the Ryans took in the ambience. Another water taxi back in time to freshen up for a visit to Tim's local pub at Mapua Wharf followed by a delicious fish dinner.
... shops, and then headed down to a delicious little restaurant overlooking the water.
After lunch, Frances took us to visit a local artist, who is a dear friend of hers. We were taken back to her studio, and not only viewed her creations, but had a great time chatting with her. The people of New Zealand are some of the friendliest you'll ever meet, and always willing to help you.
Adrienne and Francis were going to ...
... of Nelson were quite nice to walk around, we called to the famous Jewelers, Jen Hensen, maker of 'the ring' and visited Nelson Cathedral. We debated on heading North to Abel Tasmen National park for some trekking but as we were coming to the end of our time on the South Island we decided to make our way straight to Marlborough.
... just four days ago. Kyle and I arrived in town shortly after 1 pm. Anton, Jonny, and Lena have accommodation reserved in this town for tonight; Kyle and I have a bus reserved back to the city of Nelson. So the five of us went to a local café, had some drinks, and ate a delicious lunch before saying goodbye. The boys also introduced us to some Austrian beer that they drink here. It's great beer and despite being imported from Europe it is cheaper than the stuff that is ...