Radfords Lakeview Motel
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- Breakfast Available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... based sights, but a lot of wonderful landscape. At Te Anau we stopped for petrol, as it is the last opportunity for almost 300km if you are going to Milford Sound. There is one road from Te Anau all the way to the Sound, and no way out other than coming all the way back. As such we filled up and went on our way for the last portion of the journey and a road we had been told was stunning to drive. It did not disappoint.
It starts with panoramic views of Lake Te Anau ...
... term. But in the short term it feels like learning to walk again.
While I have been taking good photos in the past, the learning I am doing right now means that the photos I am taking aren’t always successful, but ultimately when I get everything working, I will take my photography to the next level.
So right now I have times of ...
... started the cruise. In the Lonely Planet they Write:" Milford is synonymous with rain (the same for Doubtful): 5.5 metres of it a year is only average. Consider yourself lucky if you strike a fine day..." So I thought one sunny day out of two is not that bad. But as soon as the first boat started to cross the lake, the skie cleared up and became blue. Two sunny days out of two, how can you ask for more! When navigating on Doubtful Sound, we sailed along the whole sound up to ...
... will be from here that I will leave for a cruise at Milford Sound and the following day to Doubtful Sound( we could believe we are in Newfoundland with names like that). Doubtful Sound takes its name from the fact that Captain Cook, visiting the area, was doubtful of having his fleet enter the sound because they might be stuck there for lack of wind. As for Milford Sound. It is here that two Quebecers died ...
... and were often very nearly too late to get out of our way. We turned off the highway onto the part-shingle track towards Monowai Lake. Tonight's camping ground is next to a the long, dark and incredibly calm lake, which stretches away into the distance, disappearing around a bend. The lake was raised by 2.5 metres near the beginning of last century for hydroelectric purposes. A short walk from the campsite, the water rushes through a sluice ...