Bush Walk Bed & Breakfast Homestay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Awoke early to catch the 7.00 morning ferry to Picton, the South Island. After a gentle three hour ferry crossing we joined the Stray Bus passengers at Picton and began our drive down the south island. Enroute we stopped at Drylands, Marlborough winery. After sipping a few dry wines we hopped back on to the bus and continued on to Nelson. After arriving in Nelson centre we walked a good thirty minutes to the hostel. It wasn't quite what either ...
... the proverbial towel. We reside in Slaty Hut tonight, elevation 1,400 meters. The wind howls, the fire crackles, and the body needs rest. Into my sleeping bag I go, for tomorrow we walk the ridges. 4/3/14 The trail climbs to a treeless summit of a small, weathered mountain. Once at the top, we stay there...at least for a little while. We walk along a beautiful ridge of mountains with stunning views. In each direction there are mountains rolling one after another with ...
... and although we have seen floating docks that rise and fall with the tide, we had not seen tires around pilings which are used to tie the boats on. These tires rise and fall around the piling keeping the boat in place. Have a look at the photos - quite ingenious.
And then there was ...
... wave away sandflies whilst I'm trying to minimise any opening of non insect netted openings and happily sitting here in short sleeve shirt and crop trousers! Although we do have itching bites from previous sandfly encounters. Surprisingly there does seem to be an enormous number of bumble bees which seem intent on crashing into our windows. Tea's almost ready, just opened the vents to let our fellow campers share the delicious aroma of the satay chicken Gill's rustled ...
... to him or came near him". He thought that kind of rude, it wasn't like (and I quote!) "he was flopping (?!) his willy around". If I had been in the car with a guy like that all the way from Te Anau to Milford Sound, I'd get on that boat and hide myself too! I ask you, WHO in their right mind would feel the need to tell me something like that? At that point I vacated the room under the pretense of having lost my shoulder bag - which I conveniently had forgotten in the living ...