Clayridge House and Cottages
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... South Island, these stalls are much more sparse and are relatively bare at this time of year. After completing a particularly windy pass over the mountains, pushing Fenton's engine to breaking point on the climb and giving his brakes a workout that they wouldn't have appreciated on the descent, we arrived on the flat lands by the sea. The first campsite we tried was full (presumably as a result of the extra business from locals over the Easter weekend), which was a ...
... a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and a granola bar before pushing on through to Marahau. The trails in this park are nice. There is a mixture of packed dirt trails, sand covered, peppered with wooden contraptions to allow for water drainage. We crossed many bridges and over many streams.
Walking through the forest was like experiencing nature's air ...
... friendly receptionist recommended a walk down the side of the beach to the golf course, turn left, out to The Grove (scenic reserve: a walk through a tropical 'wood' to a viewing platform - but with a really horrible toilet) & then back along Able Tasman Drive back to the site. We both really enjoyed the walk - the wind stopped it getting too hot - although ATD was a very busy road with no ...
Our next destination in mind, Kahurangi National Park, and the Tablelands. We drove out on Monday, but as we arrived in the area saw a sign that the road to the park was closed. So, taking a night at a local backpackers, we took the night to prepare food and gear in comfort.
Starting out the next morning armed with the knowledge that the road was indeed open, we'd called the parks department and asked, we set out with minds ...
There was another good breakfast to start the day. Having collected our lunches together we all made our way to the concrete stand at the edge of the water. The kayakers had finished their kayaking the afternoon before and were also walking on the third day. We only had 6 kms to do before stopping at lunch time and then taking the boat back to Kaiteriteri. We had to cross the lagoon to reach the track and the tide was in. John, our guide, paddled a canoe out to the barge, ...