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Travel Blogs from Nelson
... a different meaning.
I picked out the fishhook (hei matau), which means strength, determination, peace, prosperity, abundance, good health, and protection when traveling over water. Of course, I do not believe this necklace itself will bring me these things, but I see it as a symbol of who the Lord is to me and His faithfulness in these areas. It is a reminder of the goodness of God.
In the afternoon, we had some free time, and the pastor said that he ...
Another early morning today preparing to go for our adventure in the Abel Tasman National Park right at the northern tip of the south island on the western side. Our adventure today consists of kayaking, tramping and finally sailing. Great combination, isn't it? We made it to the location with enough time to have a "flat white" before we show up at the Abel Tasman sailing adventures. We go through a briefing of do's and don'ts and get ...
... on several occasions, totally in awe! We arrived, exactly at high tide luckily, and were mesmerised by the sea rolling in and beating ferociously against the rocks. The sound of the sea was deafening, and the sea spray was amazing, soaking everyone in its path, and making all the children giggle.
After the breathtaking Pancake Rocks, we made our way back south along the coast to the Cool Little Town of Hokitika, because ...
Our trip to Nelson got off to a grumpy start when we got up at 6 to get the bus to the ferry at 6.45 for it to turn up at 7.20-cue a not so happy Reg and Faye. However, the day improved after a fairly easy ferry ride across to the South island. We arrived at the Prince Albert backpackers (bit of an unfortunate name we know!) and were welcomed to a lovely little hostel complete with FREE wifi and FREE bike rental! Now for those of you ...
After an uneventful, bar the steak and cheese pie, ferry trip across the Cook Strait, we arrived in Picton and made our way to the nearest DOC campsite (Whatamango!) in the dark. The main issue when arriving at such a campsite at night is that the toilets are unlit, and even after a search with headtorches on and nearly walking into a lake, there was no sign of them. We (mainly me) woke early and found the elusive loos hidden between two hedges! We ...
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