Boutique Motel Nelson
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBoutique Motel Nelson
We took a studio and it was small but perfectly appointed. The motel was awash in gorgeous flowers. The black cat likes to play hostess. Dinner recommendation was also very good--exactly what we wanted.
Walking distance to grocery stores & coffee shops.
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... saying bye..i really didn’t like it! We attempted to go out in Christchurch but there really wasn’t anything to do, so we just ended up going back to our hostel and playing cards..we were apparently making far too much noise because some old bag came running in shouting at us to go to sleep..she was really annoyed but to be fair we were whispering..she kept saying this hostel is not for parties and someone said,,we are playing cards..this is not a party! Loll! She was really ...
... after an explorer by the name of yep you guessed it, Abel Tasman from the Netherlands. Abel Tasman discovered New Zealand before Captain James Cook but didn't actually manage to set foot on land, in a slightly cowardly manner he sent a few of his men to shore to speak to the Maoris who stood waiting with spears in hand. Unfortunately for Abel Tasman's men the Maoris didn't do much talking and just killed and ate them. ...
... and we enjoy a swim and a lounge on the beach, before 'girding our loins’ for the "tramp" back to the Lodge.
This walk proves to be delightful. First, we follow an elevated part around the coast offering wonderful views of the coast and the transparent seas. Then we descend to the beach and walk along, past large piles of drifted wood, to the end of the sand. Here the path becomes a boardwalk, and then a sympathetically designed ...
... What a fab way to spend Christmas.
After Christmas we headed up through the the famous Abel Tasman to reach the most northern part of the south island, Farewell spit but that is a separate blog entry.
After we spent a few days in the beautiful Abel Tasman region, We headed back down to Nelson so we could spend New year with Pete. So another day at the beach, more food and ...
... National Park which is famous for sea kayaking and hiking. On our first day we tried to hire a single sea kayak for me. It was quite difficult, Sanne and Mo had their own kayaks and the rental places only rented out double for some security reasons. We did understand this, but for the fact that we were the three of us and my friends were pros in kayaking we were ...