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A fabulous morning at Hanmer hot springs. The first real sunbathe and no doubt we will sting a bit in the shower tonight. The pools were 35 degrees plus making the large heated swimming pool feel positively chilly! Norma and I were happy to stay in the warm water of the spa pools while Kath and Barry went of to the more adventurous area of water slides etc. They didn't stay long as they were thrown out for not having the right wrist bands (apparently an additional charge ...
We awoke this morning to grey skies and rain; the site seemed dank and dreary, but the decision to visit some wineries did lightened the mood a little. After a continental breakfast of croissants and some superb jam we hastened off in search of a good bottle of wine! Our first 'view point' stop was of Awatere River Bridge, a crossing into the past. Information on the ...
... time despite this :) All the GoPro footage and pictures were put on a USB. Can't wait to see them! Back on land, we did some last minute shopping (more wine of course) and went back to the cottage for a well deserved nap, and for Dev to get better. We got up at about 1:30 and had a chilled out afternoon with a few drinks :) We had a lot of fun playing trivial pursuit (I've finally found a game I can beat Dev at!) and Uno, ...
... were very nice, through podocarp (I think that's what they call it) forest, where large tree ferns unfurl their 6 foot plus fronds. A little bit of exercise too which can't be a bad thing.
Then back in the camper for the drive to Blenheim. Blenheim sits on a plain, between mountains ranges and has its own climate as a result. It's usually sunny, and thankfully that's what we have today. But before we ...
... count at 40! (Hoping they might counter balance some of the pies!) From Lake Rotoiti we decided to push on to the east coast and Kaikoura our next destination. The mountains gave way to the sweeping plains of the Marlborough Region and row upon row of vineyards stretching out to the horizon as far as the eye could see. It was a lot of vines and a lot of work maintaining them we guess. At Blenheim we reached the coast and headed south along the edge ...