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... tricolour quinoa. We followed our own recipe, but it didn't turn out quite as amazing as last time, but was still really good. We feel it was perhaps not such a good sweet potato or coconut cream as before. We then watched a film on my iPad called wrecked, which was quite a good psychological thriller, as we wrapped up in layers of clothing to sleep and hopefully wake up the next morning ...
Today we went to St. Claire beach in a small town called Timaru along the east coast! Not much to do in this town but we thought that we would stop and see some of the waterfront and do some beach walks. We waited for the sunset and to kill some time saw a beautiful rose garden filled with many different ...
After some debate and several changes of mind we opted to head south towards Timaru. The NZ roads are surprisingly good, straight and quick, in this part of the country. Good progress was made and our new Mercedes van (sorry campervan) with a mere 200,000 km on the clock, coped admirably. Well you come all this way and playing in the park is Rud ...
After 5 days we left Dunedin. This is the longest we have stayed anywhere and if I had to choose somewhere to live in NZ this would be it. Peter might not agree as the pub situation has not been good. In fact I don't think we found one that was open or decent.
We drove north to visit the Moeraki Boulders. Not just any old boulders but some rather spectacular ones sitting on a beach. It was freezing cold and blowing a gale but we braved it after a cuppa in the café. ...
... shipping containers, but it’s wonderfully done. Each shop has its own giant container and it really creates something unique. We didn’t have time to explore any more of Christchurch due to having an arranged drop off time and quite a bit of sorting out still to do. When the time came we said our goodbyes, both to our campervan, and to what has been a truly remarkable country.
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