Tresori Motor Lodge

Cnr Rue Jolie & Church St, Akaroa, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | 5 star motel
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This 5 star motel, located on Cnr Rue Jolie & Church St, Akaroa, is near Linton of Akaroa The Artists Garden, Swim with Dolphins Akaroa, Akaroa Dolphins, and Akaroa Harbour Cruises.
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    Travel Blogs from Akaroa

    Wandering through a quiet township

    A travel blog entry by asidal on May 03, 2014

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    ... of tourist shops, cafés and restaurants, which by now were vying for the attention of a few early winter tourists like us. We grabbed a freshly scooped ice-cream from the local dairy-supermarket-dept store, and then ambled our way down to the pier. An old wooden structure, repaired and reinforced, businesses on the pier offer boat rides out into the harbour where you can swim with dolphins or slowly motor past seal colonies. Sadly, my sensitive ...

    We've made it

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Feb 22, 2014

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    ... Monday. That meant we would have to stay a day longer in Akaroa than we planned so we immediately asked the hotel if we could stay on an extra night. We were in luck as this is peak season in NZ and we were even able to stay on in our small apartment without having to move to another. When we woke we discovered that one bedroom and the living room had beautiful views across the bay. We were right on the sea front but up on the first floor with a balcony so we could sit outside ...

    Music - for the fun of it!

    A travel blog entry by journeyer on Feb 11, 2014

    36 photos

    ... David likes to grow things that he can eat and enjoy – many varieties of apples and pears, a walnut tree, lettuces, radishes, oregano and on & on. I ask about how he controls insects and David shows us a section with the plant species "umberliffery" that provide natural disease control – evidently these plant species attract microscopic wasps and lacerwings that then eat aphids and other bugs that we don’t want in ...

    GLACIER WALKING

    A travel blog entry by mek1 on Jan 31, 2014

    44 photos

    ... of the local yellow limestone. We went down to the coast to Moeraki which is famous for these large round geological formations on the beach. They are classified as septarian concretions. They formed approximately 60 million years ago in the seabed. We had a wonderful lunch at the cafe here. We had fresh blue cod, crispy with french fries - delicious.

    We then drove to the city of Dunedin, The "Ediburgh of the South". It is ...

    "We're sleeping in the boat yard!"

    A travel blog entry by twoinatent on Jan 22, 2014

    45 photos

    ... snorkels, but due to cloudy visibility, we were encouraged to use the snorkels to communicate with the dolphins - tapping the water, blowing bubbles and singing into the snorkel under the water. I then had my first encounter with a hector dolphin. They looked so small and gracious animals gliding through the water. Initially the dolphins lost interest quickly, and we got back on the boat. As soon as the engine was started again and the boat was moving ...