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... and undergrowth are probably wet most of the time. Lichen and moss were rampant and rot was greedily taking over fallen wood. Everywhere, there were ferns. Although it was quiet, the birds, who didn't seem too intimidated by us humans, were making some beautiful music. The song of the bellbird, a medium-sized, fluffy-looking, green bird with black wings and beak, is particularly distinctive: pleasantly erratic and inimitable. We ...
... of metres from the nearest parking space. It couldn't get comfortable and was constantly shuffling itself into new positions on a heap of seaweed, occasionally lazily lifting its heavy eyelids for a few seconds. Nearby, two big males were facing each other down, each trying to assert his dominance. At this point, we took the path up to the clifftop walk. We were offered spectacular views of sky blue water stretching away into the distance. Nearer the shore, there ...
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 ...
Christmas Day in NZ :) we had a rather nice lie in, waking up at 9.30am. Doug went straight for the oven to start prepping our lunch! Unfortunately we couldn't get it to work so had to ask the lady to come over and fix it for us which she kindly did after getting into her clothes! We had a lovely breakfast of lucky charms which we saved from the usa and then Doug got the Yorkshire pudding and stuffing balls on! We lazed around ...
... before joining the vast ocean at the bottom of the stream.
A little further down the coast is the town of Kaikoura. The town itself is functional, not particularly attractive, but the setting, on a clear day, is impossibly pretty. This is where the largest mountains meet the coast. Where the Indo-Australian continental plate meets the Pacific plate, and where the warm waters meet the cold waters. The latter bring lots and ...