Kowhai Lane Holiday Home

6 Kowhai Lane, Stewart Island, South Island, 9530, New Zealand | Villa
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This villa is located on 6 Kowhai Lane, Stewart Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Stewart Island

    New Zealand continued..

    A travel blog entry by fast-lane86 on May 02, 2014

    1 comment, 75 photos

    ... lot of places got flooded and the bus drive was sketchy (just like the ferry). We found a brewery and got the best deal in new zealand for anything which was a brewery tour and about 15 beer samples for 10$.

    Have stayed in a few towns I can't recall (was it Hawhee or Hehaww?) and stayed at a few hostels I don't remember.

    The south of NZ has mountainous countryside that looks like BC. We hiked to the bottom of a ...

    The last week / Die letzste Woche

    A travel blog entry by hiwtvi on Apr 22, 2014

    52 photos

    ... are attracted by the blood. We saw a pod of dolphins, which swam really close to the barge. This happens so often that it has become the norm for Danilo because he sees them nearly every day but I was really excited by them. There are also lots of shags, jellyfish, seals, albatrosse and occasionally also sharks.


    Another thing we were able to do was to spend two nights on our own deserted island. Bravo ...

    Across the strait to Oban

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Feb 27, 2014

    3 photos

    ... decisions saw the cheques cashed. We could leave for Bluff where we had to catch the ferry for Stewart Island. The manager, clearly embarrassed by the system failure, even offered to give us a lift to the ferry as she thought we were using public transport. How kind was that! Bluff was only a 30 minute drive so we made it in good time for the ferry. It has what seems to be, a large container port there and we think that a large amount of. New Zealand ...

    The South Island

    A travel blog entry by teamjenkins on Feb 17, 2014

    45 photos

    ... forest and then back towards Oban along the other coast. There were two huts on the route that allowed trampers (New Zealand’s term for hiking) three days to complete the 33km track, however due to time constraints we decided to complete it in just two. We made quick progress to the first hut, seeing the rusting relics of a former logging company that operated along the coast during the early years of settling Europeans. We stopped there for lunch and a chat with ...

    We're all going on a Kiwi hunt...

    A travel blog entry by philg on Feb 07, 2014

    20 photos

    ... supporting it. To put it into perspective, call the island 30x30cm square, put your thumb in the bottom right corner - that's how far civilisation has progressed into the island! We were met by a man with a board, and shown to our minibus, to travel the whole 250 metres up the road! We went into our B&B which is run by two American Kiwis, Jo and Andy, the house is like a step back in time! It's full of old nic nacs, a very old auger and books. ...