A Culinary Experience Luxury B and B
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... the centre of new Zealand, and much more fun activities. I guess the point that I’m trying to reach is: WE HAD LOTS OF FUN!!!!!!!
EVAN – We went from the North Island to the South Island by a 3 hour ferry. We did this with the Meeder family. Every Klein accept Mommy got motion sickness. But Katie was the only one who threw up. When we got to the South Island, the Klein family and the Meeder family got rental cars. The Meeder family got a ginormous van! ...
... in September.
Tour of central Nelson and a visit to Founders Heritage Park to see historical buildings and of course a 'train'. Surprisingly the park had it's own brewery and even more surprisingly Tim and Graham purchased a sampling tray!
Farewell dinner chez Robinsons with more excellent wines - I am sure it is the quality of the NZ wines that enables me to drink far more than I would at home, or is it Tim's pouring technique!
... Nelson is a lovely town overlooking the bay. The water is the color of turquoise jewels, and the clouds look as if they've been painted on. It's a very hilly area full of curves and turns.
We set out to visit some artsy shops. We spent quite a bit of time in the Glass Blowing Factory. They had a shop full of beautiful hands blown pieces, but the highlight for me was going to the second gallery, and actually watch Ola Hoglund ...
We arrived in Nelson early on a Saturday morning and headed straight for the farmers market. This has become our usual now every weekend depending on where we are we search out the nearest market to stock up on fresh fruit and veg and treat ourselves to brekkie or lunch.
Nelson is very camper friendly allowing us to ...
We were up before the sun again to start our excursion to Abel Tasman National Park. We drove about one hour north west of Nelson to Kaiteriteri, a very small beach town where we boarded a large catamaran to cruise along the shore of the Park to Totaranui.
Abel Tasman National Park is a large swath of coastline with golden sand beaches backed by rugged cliffs and hills covered in native beech trees and tree ferns, ...