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As we boarded our final flight of the trip before we begin our 36 hour journey home, we enjoyed the much more reasonable one hour flight into Christchurch. The flight across into the South Island gave Abbie her first reintroduction to the South Island, something she had been yearning for since August 2010! Whilst Josh slept, she was treated to the fantastic view of coastal New Zealand with the Southern Alps providing the perfect backdrop. Once we had landed ...
... walk to see some glowworms. It was an interesting journey, we had one torch between the 2 of us as the batteries went in the other one we had. It was dark as there is no point going to see glowworms in the light. We had to walk across fields, one with sheep and the others cows had been in, so we had to watch where we trod. We had to cross a steam, which would have been a challenge in daylight. Along the forest by the side of the stream, over rocks and fallen trees, ...
... visiting shaky Christchurch (Canterbury). Furthermore, almost hitting Opossums on the road, seeing rare native birds as the Kakaka, Kia, the green parakeet and the fantail!
A journey never to forget. Almost three weeks with two guys, most of the time in a car is as I can say, a special experience. As an overall opinion, the Southern Island is absolutely
breath-taking beautiful. The rough environment, sometimes quit isolated, ...
... eels in the shallows of the lake were all the discouragement I needed. Met a lovely couple from Motueka who were just out for a drive with a group of friends .... in their orange Lotus. The were not interested in swapping for the camper, although they did concede that we had more storage.
Tonight we are in a camping ground in Richmond - pretty much a suburb of Nelson. Catching up on washing, crockpotting, depilation, and a spot of baking for a birthday tomorrow
... long walk back to Marahau. We walked from Torrent Bay to Anchorage through the bay as it was low tide, although there were a few points where Claudia had to give me a piggy back as there were little rivers and I only had walking shoes on which would have got wet and she had proper boots on; so that was an interesting way to get to know her a little better! Later we both had to give up and go barefoot as the water got a bit deep! After that ...