A Culinary Experience Luxury B and B
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We arrived in Nelson and went straight to introduce ourselves to Jeanette, at her work place. It was lovely meeting Kelly's sister for the first time, she has a very radiant personality! We then wondered about to find an ice-cream and do a little more Christmas shopping, and proceeded to the i-site. We wanted to find out about the Abel Tasman Walk including availability. This is not just huts, it also includes camping, and you need to have availability on consecutive ...
You guessed it - another early start! We packed and made our way to Abel Tasman, to a small seaside stop called Keiteriteri. The only snag was the weather - heavy rain and grey all day. Abel Tasman is the driest area of NZ, with only 6 days of rain during the summer; we chose one of the 6! The journey took about 4 hours, and was quite fun driving through the rain. At ...
... and fogged in when we woke, and since we were in no rush today we decided to wait out the weather at the hut. Good decision – by noon the wind had come up and cleared off the clouds, and when we did the 2.5 hour hike to Slaty Hut we had fantastic views from the top of Mt. Starveall.
Thursday was still windy, but cloudless. We left our big packs behind and, with just a few supplies for a morning out, we walked ...
... a $9 campsite with a TV and a pool table.
Next stop was Farewell Spit at the very top of the South Island. It took us nearly all day to drive there. We walked along Wharaniki beach, which is so windy that we could hardly open our eyes for flying sand. It ended up in our shoes, ears, teeth, everywhere! Another stop was the Pupu Springs, the largest cold water springs in the southern hemisphere and Harewood ...
... Te Papa we found out the name ... they were eagle rays (with a nice sharp sting...) It was amazing, they came close to the sand by just half a meter as it went deep quite early and we were able to spot them closely. They were really flying under water, great creatures. Next morning we also had to wake up not to late as another low tide crossing was on the plan for the afternoon. It was another nice walking day with great scenery. Nevertheless even when this ...