Charming Creek Bed and Breakfast
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... and then rode through the back rural areas, checking out historic settlements and pubs – no drinking when we ride but a lot of locals happy to chat and share the knowledge of good rides; places to visit and what to see when there. The beach was full of stones and not really the place for us to take the small ones to so we will have to stick with Sumner.
Work for me has been a bit of a drag with no one there but me so ran around doing a lot of ...
... platform, but we could only see a few seals on the rocks.
We left the seal viewing area, arrived at the site, checked in then went to explore the town. We parked up and walked down the main street, there were a couple of workers clearing up minor storm damage and wind blown debris.
We got back to the site and we were relaxing and watching a bit of TV when we thought we were hearing ...
We begin our journey back to Picton to catch the Interisland Ferry on the 22nd December to Wellington. Before we left this Coast we thought we would go as far up the West Coast as we could (before the roads run out) and headed for Karamea. If you are ever here don't bother. Apart from the driving rain, which did not help, the road over the mountain and then down the other side was ...
... I washed up! It was delicious though and the healthiest thing I've had since I've been travelling. Although my eating habits haven't been great I am quite impressed with myself as I now eat tuna, asparagus and even ate two mussels which were quite nice! I got to know a few more girls on the bus that evening and even bumped into a few familiar faces from previous buses. The next morning I had booked on to the Aqua Taxi up to Torrent Bay so I could do the recommended ...
... fritters. They tasted great, and were very expensive - $18 for two. So there was pancake simile #2. Drove on from Greymouth, which on the whole was a fairly uninspiring town.
We kept to the coast road rather than going inland and we were rewarded with a stop at the Punakaiki Pancake Rocks and Blowholes (simile #3). This was part of the same national park as where that disaster happened 20 years ago when a platform collapsed and ...