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As if they never left the seals are still there when we open the curtains in the morning. On exactly the same rocks!
A short drive south of Paparoa Point is Oahu. We stop here to wander up the famous stream. At the end of a stream is a waterfall, but this isn't the main attraction, however nice it may be. The pool at the bottom of the waterfall is home to seal pups. They come here in the winter and gradually leave during ...
... us to get to know one another. Kaikoura is a laid back fishing village where you can go whale watching, seal swimming and swimming with dolphins. Whilst whale watching initially sounded fun, but with a $185 price tag and the group only seeing part of one whale we think we made the right decision to skip it. Instead we opted for a hike around the local peninsular. The walk was meant to be only 2 hours in total but we ...
... van. So, we just don’t worry too much about the details and all we think about is that fact that we have be in Christchurch within two days. Can’t be that hard right?
After some useful tips in the information Centre we headed out to the highway of hitchhikers, only to be somewhat surprised by a stereotypical hitchhiker. A man with quite some facial hair, and an awkward backpack to say the least had the same idea. Nonetheless, as well mannered as we are we decided ...
... hurdles of maintaing one's equilibrium in conditions of imponderability - with direct link to supporting research in applied Bayesian inference (estimating time and severity of the strike's after-effects?)!!
b. More than that, Wellington is now feeling very festive, the morale surpassing even the New Year's Eve atmosphere! Songs and loud happy voices can be heard in the streets (which was unheard of till now) ...
... a human can select good grapes, and avoid the rotten ones. A harvesting machine shakes the vines until the grapes fall off into a bucket, and thus cannot differentiate between fresh and rotten. Fun fact #2: sometimes other things fall into / climb into the harvesting machines, like mice. Delicious, $25/bottle mice.
-We would pick grapes from 8am until about 5:30pm, every day. Then ...