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... features including those of karst limestone:
The Resurgence a tranquil spot where the water that has filtered through the cliff/rocks comes back to the surface as a river,
Harwoods Hole following a lovely walk through the bush you come to piles of boulders which once scrambled across form the border to a humungous hole that is so deep it's pretty hard to comprehend/see,
Wainui Falls a great waterfall that is reached after a bush walk and our first swing ...
So for the past two days we have been in Nelson. It's a fairly large town on comparison to the areas we have been lately and our hostel is located pretty much in the centre.Yesterday after a free hostel breakfast we ventured out to do the walk if the centre of New Zealand (not actually the centre). Little did we realise this was all up hill! We arrived at the top very puffed but the views were fantastic.The afternoon was spend searching ...
... we had a very pleasant evening out, I had smoked salmon salad and Laura a Caesars so we took full advantage of the good meat and salad on offer. We’re ready for the storm tomorrow with a few box-sets to watch and we’re looking forward to an easy day!
We’re really enjoying the sightseeing and the views, as you can see from the pictures we’re feeling unbelievably lucky. Still missing everyone at home and wish you all the best, enjoy the ...
... where we are staying. Vanessa who lives with her partner in what was originally the workshop on Chris’ Hawk Ridge farm works in the cheese shop. Vanessa is warm and charming and lights up when she finds out that we’re staying at Chris’ place. When we’re concerned about having the cheese with us in the car all day or how we’re going to take it with us on our drive to Golden ...
... of our money repairing first the seized engine, then having to have the radiator replaced and now this), so we decided to try and sell the van in the state it was in (i.e. to a mechanic who had the time and money to put in a new engine), in the meantime we drove it as little as possible with the very loud clanking sound reminding us at every kilometer that this time, it might not quite hold together. In the end I managed to agree a sale with a mechanic who I explained all the various ...