ASURE Fountain Resort Motel
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... passing Islands (one of which had a fur seal colony) and numerous pristine beaches and coves, we were dropped off at the beach at Tonga Quarry. We walked the 5km to the next cove. We decided that if you could only do one walk in New Zealand then this would be the one to do. Start at a pristine undeveloped beach, walk through ancient bush and ...
... third of it walking and -wait for it -I KAYAKED. Yes kayaked. For 3 hours and a total 9km distance (lots of stopping to see seals in the water, sting ray, learn about the islands). I thought I'd be with the instructor (Yes! Not cos he would do all the work but it would mean I wouldn't be responsible for keeping myself afloat and my previous kayaking experience in Australia didn't go too well...) as there were 5 of us and they ...
... I am in this very moment as I write this.
I’m sitting with my laptop in the corner of a loft-lounge amongst a pile of colorful, multi-patterned-pillows of every shape and size, looking out the window on a beautiful sunny day in Nelson. In the distance, I can see the glistening waters of Nelson Bay, and immediately before me is the busy backyard of Paradiso Backpacker’s Hostel.
I had a good feeling about Nelson’s Paradiso ...
... of residual sugar balancing the acidity and contributing to an elegant finish.” Maybe as we drink it later we will taste the lime and mandarin citrus. We’ve been training our ears with music and our eyes with imagery – so we’ll continue our education with our taste buds!
As we chat with Sara ...
... might pose a little problem at times when you need to get back to civilisation.
There are special regulations for the people living in the National Park though: the land their houses are built on is private land. So the National Park is dotted in places with little private property plots. But this will not remain so indefinitely. For instance: should a tree fall on one of the houses, they are not allowed to repair it. In that case the house will ...