- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... to Anchorage and dropped us off on a beach. From there we walked back to Marahau along the Abel Tasman Coast Track, about 12.7 kms. The first part of our walk was a fairly steep climb up from the beach but after that the walk was fairly easy and the scenery spectacular. We stopped at a lovely beach along the way for lunch (we took lunch with us) and finished the walk in around 4 hours. From the finish at Marahau we caught another bus ...
We left the lovely bay view house in the morning as it was the end if our side trip to Nelson. A rather dull & drizzly day so we explored Nelson centre (shoe shops for Helen & Nia) and Galleries for Chris. During lunch at a cafe we were fascinated to see people come to the milk dispensing machine at the back door of the cafe. They brought their own bottle, put their money or precharged key in the slot for a ...
... at Aloha Lodge Beachside accommodation at Tahunanui. The weather was fine but the wind was blowing a gale.
Included in our accommodation is a continental breakfast. After breakfast we talked with the hotel reception and planned our day in Nelson. Nelson is the geographic centre of New Zealand.
Nelson is a nice city. Our highlight was a visit to the "World of Wearable Art and Classic ...
... with what I chose to do. It was a perfect mix of catching up with old friends and meeting new people; of discovering new places and revisiting old haunts; of feeling exhausted and feeling exhilarated; of pushing my comfort zone and just relaxing. Along the way I was repeatedly struck by how incredibly kind and helpful people are and of how incredibly beautiful this planet is. Everything just worked out better than I could have anticipated.
... and we saw some ice rocks fall too..avalanches are one of the biggest destructions in New Zealand too..we drove to see lake ruataneefa which is the largest lake filled by the glaciers..they have created man made dams which control the water and keep them in the lake so this can be used for electricity. 97% of south islands electricity is created by hydroelectricity..3% is by wind..so the south island is very environmentally friendly..north island has plants that use some coal to ...