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... yachts belong to! Our new driver is called Diesel, a very pleasant guy whose family are natives, so we know we'll have some good insight! Moving on with our trip, we head West along the smaller northern coastline through Nelson, and to the small town of Kaiteriteri, where we are based for the ...
... were small displays but apparently they were spectacular the afternoon before at high tide. Trevor and Larraine saw them then and got very wet watching the display. Sneaky, but they had hoped the same may happen to us today!
Most of the day was then spent travelling from Punakaiki to Kaiteriteri, from the West Coast up thru the mountains to Abel Tasman National Park in the north.
We did take time for a lunch stop ...
... about leaving without them, as it was now late in the afternoon and getting darker. We all decided to wait for an hour, which we did. By now it was just about dark and getting late. After all this time waiting we had to leave if we wanted to return to Picton before darkness. Not a good feeling because we were made aware that a baby was also part of this party of missing people Thankfully the problem was conveyed to ...
... and the pictures we took here almost don't look real! Despite having our bikinis at the ready, we weren't tempted to jump into the freezing water. In Westport, one of New Zealand's best surf spots, we were staying in a really cool, hippy hostel (to save money's we were meant to sleep in a tent but our beds were wet so we managed to get ourselves upgraded to a dorm). The whole bus headed down to the local beach that evening for a big bonfire. It was such a nice ...
... to protect a species in 1904.
Time for some exercise, so we parked up at Elaine Bay again, and walked round the headland on the Archer Track for an hour or so into Tennyson Inlet ... Elaine Bay no doubt being named after Elaine the Fair, inspiration for Tennyson's Lady of Shalott.
Really pleased we stopped here but it's time to move ...