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... stopped and finally sun came out when we arrived. We took a short walk and after approx. 20 minutes we saw loads of baby seals. On the way back to the car we had a stroll on the beautiful sandy beach with dark grey sands.
We got again into the car and drove to Nelson – the city where the ring for the movie lord of the rings was crafted.
As usual it was raining for the rest of the day and all the lookouts were covered by fog or clouds. ...
... tiny and close the community is and after talking to Bernie Monks on our last visit to Greymouth.
The West Coast in the sunshine is a sight to behold. The coast road is like a ribbon squeezed between wild deserted beaches on one side and nikau forested hills on the other. Now, if we could just do something about the sandflies …..
The Punakaiki pancake rocks and blowholes were awesome. Beautifully laid out paths and ...
... beautiful evening we made straight to the beach as soon as we had set up camp. The beach was deserted and went on for miles and miles. You will see that Heulwen paddled but found the waters of the Tasman sea a bit chilly. It was a pretty good sunset but the campsite manger said they have been much more spectacular and the surrounding mountains have turned red with the glow. We however ...
... or if we were actually driving through this. There were mountains and it looked like it could have been from a scene out of Sound of Music. Other times it looked like some mountainous hills that you'd find in Cyprus or Turkey. Then you'd turn the corner and could be in a part of Arizona. I'm not joking, everywhere I've been in New Zealand has reminded me of some other country I've been to. The new things that we discover each day always amaze me and there's ...
... us to pack away our camera again which we luckily did in a waterproof plastic bag. Shortly after we turned to go back to the landing beach we got splashed on by a full load of water which was the captain's full intention. As we sat in the front of the boat we got the full load but also the people behind us were soaked. Luckily we had clothes to change in the car. We didn't take the swing bridge to get back to the exit but took the zipline. However, after our previous ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking