Clayridge House and Cottages
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... pocket, save it for a rainy day". There's still that girl in me when I look up at the stars - and now I have a camera lens at my eye to capture the moment so I can gaze at it at any time. Once I thought I'd like to be an astronaut, but that was short lived because I was scared of heights (not so much anymore) - now I say maybe in a future life. I loved watching the movie with Sandra Bullock called "Gravity". At times I felt like I was seeing ...
... around on the rocks but didn't last long and quickly made our way to the far shore to warm up in the sun. After warming up nicely the day was getting on and we realized we were going to face up to swimming back across (brr!). We then headed down into Takaka town, where we had a browse in the very hippy shops that make up Takaka. All in all a day well spent. Our other days off basically involved either heading out for walks in the National Park, more kayaking or resting (although work ...
It's a relatively early start as we pack up and head out of Blenheim. The weather is gorgeous still and we enjoy the drive as we head north, the cut off west towards Abel Tasman. We’re staying around the national park for a few days in two locations. The first of these is Pohara, a tiny little place right up on the coast in Golden Bay on the edge of the Abel Tasman national park ("full of hippies" warns the owner of the motel in Blenheim as we leave!) ...
We took a boat to Kaiteriteri this morning from Peppers at Abel Tasman National Park and drove to Picton where we boarded the Interislander Ferry to Wellington. The drive from Kaiteriteri was interesting again all along the coast with vistas at every turn. Totally amazing and mildly stressful for Mike. The ferry holds 125 vehicles and 12 trucks ...
An early start this morning to be at the ferry by 7am, neither of our alarms went off so not the best start to the day! We did however make it in time which is the beauty of sleeping in the car as we literally got out of bed and into the drivers seat! The ferry was lovely which is saying a lot as anyone who knows me well will know that sea and me don't mix well! By taking 5x the dose of travel sickness tablets I was just ...