Radfords Lakeview Motel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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What an amazing day out we had! We were picked up at 7.45 am by Jane from Trips and Tramps, and journeyed by minibus to Milford South. This included delivering the post to farms and the occasional backpackers en route, as well as stops to admire the scenery and wait to go through the Homer Tunnel. Jane was a knowledgeable guide and explained the …
... isn't fulfilling in the long term. In addition, and at the risk of sounding ungrateful for having an opportunity to see this place, I'll go ahead and say that the scenery we've seen so far can all be found in our borders. Yep, the US of A has everything New Zealand has as far as scenery is concerned, its just spread further apart. Now that I've burst that bubble for you, you can better understand the reason for the feelings of doubt and uselessness. We havent ...
... Sound and the Fiordland National Park. We thought we should celebrate with more pizza today at cheapo Domino's. We were extra greedy today. We had a full pizza each with baked beans, chips and plenty of cheese - delicious. When we approached the Te Anau area there was no freedom camping so we parked off road down a quiet lane. Several times in the night we heard tooting - perhaps the locals trying to disturb ...
... for a walk around part of the lake and back before an early dinner. At 7pm we went to catch a boat to the glow worm caves! We had to walk through the first part of the caves, then sit on a punt in complete darkness so we could see the glow worms. They were like stars. Today we have driven across to Dunedin. Stopping for a walk at Dolamore Park, and tea and cake outside Clinton. Now I have to decide whether I'm well enough to go horse riding at ...
... pita meal (yummy)
We were back at the wharf by 1pm and on our way back to Te Anau but this time stopping to take in the scenery. The Chasm was a fantastic place to stop and only a 5min walk from the carpark. Cheeky little Kea birds were entertaining the visitors in the area and posing for photos.
Countless photo ops and happy snaps from start to finish. Our last major stop is Mirror Lake. These gorgeous, still clear blue ...