Arrow Motel Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... chocolate fudge cake. Already it was our fourth day on the South Island of New Zealand and our journey north was still going. Sunday 26th had one destination in store; Abel Tasman National Park. Named after the famous Dutch explorer we arrived at the National Park by lunch time, with the first view of note, Split Apple Rock. Unfortunately the tide was in so we couldn't walk out to see the natural phenomenon, which as the name suggests looks like ...
... br> We left Nelson and drove back into the mountains, stopping at Peloros Bridge. A nice, if rustic, campsite set beside a river. The lady at the office had several fluffy bats hung up from the ceiling (soft toys, not real ones!). It transpires that bats reside around here too. A good thing as apparently the sandflies are biting this evening. We set up for the night in the camper, willing the bats to hang around our camper to munch on the vampirish ...
Awoke early to catch the 7.00 morning ferry to Picton, the South Island. After a gentle three hour ferry crossing we joined the Stray Bus passengers at Picton and began our drive down the south island. En-route we stopped at Drylands, Marlborough winery. After sipping a few dry wines we hopped back on to the bus and continued on to Nelson. After arriving in Nelson centre we walked a good thirty minutes to the hostel. It wasn't quite what either ...
Feeling we'd had enough wine for awhile, we eagerly sought out the area in Queen Charlotte Sound around Nelson, which has become the Craft Beer Brewery Trail. Enroute to Nelson we stopped in Havelock for a stroll around the town; it is the self-proclaimed "greenshell mussel capital of the world", so there were many eateries serving up the tasty morsels (believe it or not, we didn't eat here!). We ...
... They said we could come back on either the Marahau or Abel Tasman water taxis so we were hoping to get a ride back before 4, especially since we had to drive to Murchison. They landed anywhere on the beach, not in front of the hut where they stopped in the morning. We were running up and down the beach asking every water taxi that came in but they were all charters. We finally got an Abel Tasman boat at 3:45 about mid-beach. It started drizzling just before the ...