Radfords Lakeview Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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 …
... a few days waiting I can finally order. But we have to wait again, because between Christmas and New Year, many shops are closed.
Meanwhile, I find an old tire that fit to the rim. I mount it and go back hitchhiking to the bike, which is still somewhere in the forest. I mount the old tires and drive back to Te Anau. So at least I have the bike next to my tent and not somewhere in the forest. But I must once ...
... probably because it is more accessible. Although it is apparently beautiful, Doubtful Sound is 10X the size of Milford. The whole operation is first class with employees enjoying their work and impressive planning and equipment.
Although it continued to rain, the crew found a fairly calm bay and at 5 PM those guests wanting to board one of two small outboard tenders went with a guide to get closer to the shoreline. Susan chose to brave the ...
Since going anywhere around people or
chocolate production was out of the question, after we visited the
pharmacy, we headed straight to Baldwin Street. Baldwin Street is
the steepest street in the world, according to the Guiness World Book
of Records. I honestly couldn't tell if this street was steeper than
the ones I have visited in San Francisco, but it was very steep
nonetheless. A team of some kind ...
... would be no other easy access to this national park of over 1 million hectares. Lake Manapouri , the first part of the trip is worth a visit itself. With lots of Islands and arms you feel yourself entering a new world. The boat is doing over 20 knots so a cold wind across the top deck and you have to put your hat away or lose it. I had been concerned about the weather as at the sound itself, it rains for 2 ...