ASURE Fountain Resort Motel
Travel Blogs from Nelson
Today is...the day two became three. Our plan to wake up and watch the sunset didn't happen. 10hours of sleep and the misty mountains stumped our chances of seeing it - there'll be other opportunities for that. We left after our usual breakfast and continued to Nelson along the east side of the mountain we had traversed the previous day. This was as fun going down. Due to not having too much petrol (or so the gage said) the car was left to gravity to pull it ...
... rings that were used in the movie. They produced 15 prototypes until the final decision could be made and there were 40 pieces produced as it had to fit different people etc.
Nach unserem Aufenthalt beim Abel Tasman Nationalpark verlassen wir die Südinsel und wechseln mit der Fähre auf die Nordinsel.
After our stay at Abel Tasman National Park, we will leave the South Island and take the Ferry to the North Island. ...
... to the next waterfall which was a similar size to the first one but had a pretty cool little point where the water was falling over protruding rock into the water stream. The water was glistening in the sun and looked beautiful. Better than the first one and worth the walk. On second thoughts maybe not thinking of the walk back. Anyway we headed back as quickly as possible past the wasps and made it back to camp in time for lunch. 2 minute noodles, yay.
... only indication of any effort at all was a burning in the arms due to paddling. We paddled along the island, we saw seals sunning themselves in the rocks and playing in the water. We kept our distance, but they didn't seem fazed by us at all. Craig said that it wasn't uncommon for the pups to swim out to the kayaks and try to climb on them. Unfortunately, there were no pups willing to play with us today but that didn't make them any less cute to watch. As the sun ...
... Irene’s advice, we took another detour on our way back to town and followed the signs to ‘Split Apple Rock.’ It was a winding drive for a little bit off the main road and then it was a 15 minute walk through rain forest with huge fern trees towering over us and vines dropping down beside us. After 15 minutes we emerged into a little sheltered cove that was the nearest thing to Paradise that either of us have seen in a long time. Had you ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking