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... afternoon of 4th October but we received a call to say this was cancelled as there were risks of gales. Even though this is considered (on average) the calmest place to kayak there were no risks being taken in light of some tourists dying during a kayak trip on Lake Tekapo a week or so earlier. We were heading for Kaiteriteri anyway as we were booked in to the campsite on the beach that night. We arrived late morning and were greeted by views we ...
... We had a stop at a supermarket as the next place was in the middle of nowhere and didn't have any shops. A group of five of us knew we were hopping off the bus for four days here so decided to share food and cook together. A couple, Matt and Beth from Durham and two friends, Kebriah and Laura from Cheshire. We arrived in the evening, cooked up some dinner and had a chilled evening.
England were playing Australia in the Rugby World ...
Brrrrrr at night and lightly frosty this morning. Very brrr when we started walking around planning our day.
We caught a ferry along the coast to look at the Abel Tasman National Park from the water then disembarked in Awaoroa on the beach.
From the beach we hiked up and down the mountains, along the coast and inland all the time travelling south thru the park. We had a picnic lunch stop on the beach in one ...
... I've read 12 books and I'm halfway through the 13th. Maybe I'll give a list and reviews of the books I've read by the end :)
10. Driving here is a little freaky. They drive on the left side of the road, which is really weird to experience. I haven't had the chance to try driving yet, but I will eventually and it should be interesting! Also, pretty much every time I get into a car to ride with someone somewhere, I always head for the drivers ...
... which are used by tourists to explore the Abel Tasman National Park.
We took a walk along the beginning of The Abel Tasman Track.
The cicadas were so loud that we couldn't hear ourselves talk so we left the track and began to walk back along the beach where we met a quail family and some young oyster catchers...very sweet..their enormous beaks look as if they are going ...