Kowhai Lane Holiday Home

Address: 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

    A HUGE walk...

    A travel blog entry by emmalgwilliams on Feb 05, 2015

    8 photos

    ... briefly just a few times for various snacks: jam sandwich, chocolate fish, jaffa cake flavoured biscuits and sweeties (known as lollies in NZ). After just less than 6 hours (started walk at 9am) we arrived at the proposed second overnight hut; North Arm Hut for a spot of late lunch at just before 3pm. Greeted by Hannah and Scott like long lost buddies, I enjoyed a cup of chicken noodle soup ...

    Arriving in Stewart Island

    A travel blog entry by emmalgwilliams on Feb 03, 2015

    15 photos

    ... Back in Oban at 3pm we headed to the pub for a drink to escape the rain showers, Tony saw a dutch guy he knew from the Stray bus so he joins our walking party! So we head back out again to do walk number 4 to Evening Cove; very lovely little peaceful and secluded beach :) Back again in the town we picked up some bottles and wine & fish and chips for dinner back at the hostel. Very pleasant ...

    The last week / Die letzste Woche

    A travel blog entry by hiwtvi on Apr 22, 2014

    52 photos

    ... to watch the Easter dig for the children. They had to use their hands to dig in an area of sand and find pink plastic tokens, which could be exchanged for Easter eggs. It was a lot of fun but so difficult to find all of the tokens. We both had a go too and I managed to find one for a friend's son. And I ended up covered in sand. Then we came back and Danilo painted some boiled eggs with food colouring and made baskets for them. ...

    The South Island

    A travel blog entry by teamjenkins on Feb 17, 2014

    45 photos

    ... the ferry, contemplating how bad the crossing was going to be after reading that it tests even the hardiest stomachs. Upon waking, we were pleasantly surprised. Mill pond conditions met us as we boarded the catamaran for the journey across as we listened to the legend of the ancient Maori warrior Maui who used Stewart Island as his anchoring point for his canoe (the South Island) while he caught and fished up the great catch (the North Island).

    We arrived in the tiny port ...

    New Zealand - Day Eleven - Tramping

    A travel blog entry by rathouse on Feb 08, 2014

    11 photos

    ... of the first early settlers on the Island. A couple had been born in places like Dunoon and Edinburgh, they were a long way from home and I hope have a peaceful resting place here. Stewart Island was first settled by Europeans in the 1860s who set up sawmills here. In 1873 a group of families from Orkney and Shetland were enticed out to settle in a place called Port William, a few miles up the coast from the main settlement at Halfmoon ...