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So today was the day we were leaving Queenstown and starting to head back up north for Hobbiton and Fiji. I was actually super gutted. I have loved the South Island so much and the thought of leaving New Zealand and that we have almost been travelling for a month was kind of scary. We were travelling with great sights all the way and going via Mount Cook. I quite like travelling with them as you get to stop for more ...
... for viewing the night sky due to the lack of cloud, low humidity and lack of light pollution. We have never see so many stars before. We also saw a couple of satellites and the international Space Station. It was a fascinating evening with three very clever young astronomers explaining the night sky.
All we need now is for the weather to stay fine again tomorrow for our helicopter flight over Mount Cook and the Fox and Fran Joseph ...
The views were spectacular as we climbed the hill out of Akaroa. Brilliant sunshine and great visibility. A cruise ship had pulled in overnight so the town would have been much busier.
We drove to Lake Tekapo where we couldn't resist visiting the most photographed church in NZ, The Church of Good Shepherd, Lake Tekapo. Trying to capture a shot without at least one tourist from ...
... in the 3rd OT of game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals. What really sickens me about the whole thing is Bourque's 77 hangs right next Patrick Roy's 33 (8)(9). 8. Roy is one of the most despicable Montreal Canadiens of my lifetime. 9. Can you put a footnote in a footnote? 10. One lane bridges, Holiday park bathrooms, our vans brakes or lack there of, etc.... 11. I still turn on my wipers half the time when I'm making a right turn. 12. Ask me about Ben Cobley sometime, I might tell you the ...
... then road works held us up for 10 mins....but proved a real plus. We chatted to the man controlling the traffic while we waited and he told us about Omarama and the Wrinkley Rams. He said this had a seafood chowder to die for. Now Trish has been keen to find a good chowder since we arrived, and I can also be partial, so we sought out the place as we passed through. After some investigation we found out that he was ...