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... a bonfire on the beach and watched the sun go down. Between Westport and Greymouth, the coast is stunning, and the views from the coach were great. We also went on a walk to see the Punakaiki pancake rocks, a unique feature of NZ young geological history. A coastal walk allowed us to see some of the native flora and fauna including lots of birds and seals. When we reached Greymouth it was nice to have a walk around the town before heading to the ...
... where we saw some New Zealand Fur Seals. Had a lovely fish supper of Monkfish (very cheap compared to UK) and decided to finish up some slightly out of date smoked fish!. The next day my tummy was not feeling too good. We packed up rather a wet tent (due to condensation) and travelled north to Takaka. A wonderful drive with great scenery, climbing over a steep mountain range called Takaka Hill Scenic Reserve. ...
... cheered up as we drove and the fog lifted. We could then see amazing views of the green mountains and of the many vineyards we passed by. By the time we reached Kaiteriteri it was 5pm and the sun was out, so we sat on the sandy beach for a while before dinner. Tomorrow we're going to get up early and possibly go for a swim ...
Last Night was Movie Time in Blenheim, went to see Sweden made Screen Play "The 100 Year Old Man which climbed out the Window and Disappeared" Great Fun Movie about an Old Man which could not stand the Nursing home and left I hope I never end up in one of those places and if I did would do exact same thing... It got late and I did feel like driving so I parked by a Motel Parking-lot in Blenheim but as soon I had settled in somebody knocked on the ...
... degenerate at any moment from residential idyll to newly-married war zone if our current spirit of cooperation starts to wane.
Driving through New Zealand, it soon becomes apparent that the country's famous landscape isn't confined to any particular area. On every journey we've been surrounded by epic mountains on which vast swathes of mist lazily linger. The other-worldliness of the landscape is on occasion matched by certain aspects of society ...