Buller Bridge Motel
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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We set off from Nelson on a lovely sunny Saturday morning. As usual the scenery changed regularly, sometimes flat farmland,then climbing for ever through trees on more winding roads. We passed cyclists and felt sorry for them when we saw how much of a relentless climb they had ahead of them. At one hilltop viewpoint we chatted to a young man …
We called the front desk and told them the issue. It had rained very hard all night long (It was AWESOME to hear the rain coming down hard with the rain getting splattered against the outside of the room by the gusts of wind. Because of the storm, we thought perhaps there was an issue with the water heaters because there had been hot water the night before we went to sleep. Looks like our heater was no ...
Day 197 We we up early to use the toilet, a daunting challenge first thing when the toilet block is a 300 metre dawn walk through a forest. However, there was some fantastic silver lining to the situation. On our way back we wandered down to the lake to cop a peek at the view. Across the water and above the trees on the other side loomed Mount Cook, crowned by two slices of glorious pink, where the rosy sunrise was striking its highest slopes (possibly the ...
We left Kaiteriteri at midday and began our journey towards Westport (now as one of the cool kids at the back of the bus!) Our first stop for the day was at Nelson National Park where there is the beautiful Nelson Lakes. We spent a while taking photos on the jetty and jumping off the end...whilst trying to avoid the eels! We had a picnic lunch by the lake and got attacked by a colony of ducks trying to steel our food. One brave one actually stole Sophie's ...
... Creek Walkway at Ngakawau. We arrived there at around 4 pm. It is a lovely walk along a old coal railway along the Ngakawau river gorge to beautiful falls and to an old sawmill where there were a few relics of a boiler system. The walk took around two and a half hours and was followed by a cool drink at the Ngakawau Tavern. Got back to another gorgeous evening at Mokihinui, and Richard visited the Tavern run by Basil.
The next day we packed up early ...