Travel Blogs from Kekerengu
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... 100kms to wade into the stream for about 1 ½ h before we found the gorge... though it is not very long and the weather was still coolish, it was a great hike I thought... we walked on a tiny trail and had to cross the river many times. At first, Tristan and Peggy thought they would be able to keep their shoes dry but soon discovered it was pointless to even try. The guys even went for a swim into the clear (but cold!) ...
Auf dem Weg nach Kaikoura muessen wir noch einen kurzen Zwischenstop direkt an der Hauptstrasse einlegen:
Nur 20 Meter von der Kuestenstrasse entfernt liegen wieder mal hunderte von Seals auf den Felsen.
Und hier auch Duzende von ganz jungen Seal Pups die herrlich verspielt und aufgeregt sind.
Die sich in den Felsen gebildeten Pools sind ueberfuellt von schwarzen Seal Koerpern die jedes mal wenn ...
... lit the edges of each one, and gave colour to each center. It looked as though someone had taken a picture of a sunset and posted the negative of it for all to see. Just awesome.
40km south of Blenheim is a DOC campsite where we took a little walk and set up the tent. Finally curling up in my sleeping bag, but with my head still firmly in the clouds, I passed out listening to the steady waves crashing just a few meters from me....
Woke up late, pete cooked a lovely breakfast as normal. After washing up we headed down to the dancefloor to listen to some more music while we had the chance. W had a good juggling session then we walked back up to the van to pack it all up. We got everything ready by 4pm then reluctantly left for Marfells Bay which is a campsite about half an hour away ...
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