Clayridge House and Cottages
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... big for the kayaks. First of all my legs where to long and next to that my ass was to big :) Realizing that we went home after helping Diana to get the kayaks on her car and doing some food shopping. The next day (Thursday 05-Feb) we left Nelson around 9:30 to drive to Motueka to get a coffee for the road and Diana needed some onions that you can buy on the side of ...
... in Sam's footsteps as where he walks the sand has compacted and is easier to walk on! I do this for over half an hour before he realises what I'm doing and then starts jumping around so I can no longer follow him! At the end of the dunes leads to some caves, we walk around and keep walking straight past seals not even noticing they are there. The tide is still in a little so sadly we can't walk through the caves. After a lot of photos and walking around we do the ridiculous climb ...
... the Cobb Road, where we may start another hike soon.
The road back to town seemed easier this time, probably because we knew what to expect. Now we’re back at the backpackers, we’ve had some tasty fresh food, and we’re watching it pour outside. Both very glad we decided to come out yesterday. We’ve got a few days to relax and recoup, then on to whatever tramp next catches our eye.
Orla & ...
... but we were so disappointed today - this was a modern one and as you will see from the photos totally lacks the romance of the beautiful older ones. Never mind, it was a superb view from up there, so not a wasted effort.
The best walk of the day was out onto Farewell Spit - so much bird life and really cool to walk firstly on the ...
... cool as seal pups, but still pretty remarkable.
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Described and recommended to me as “a little hippy town that you’ll love”, Takaka is exactly that. With a population of only 1100, it is the largest town of the Golden Bay area. It is a small town with big character and great vibes. The pace here is unhurried and laid-back and the people are interesting and smiling. Alternative lifestyles ...