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Travel Blogs from Picton
... trip, which we booked for the following day! That next morning we woke very excited and went out on the hunt for some seals. There was only us and one other person on the tour so that was great. The sea was very calm that day and we paddled our way out, it wasn't long before we saw some action. In the distance I spotted a seal swimming around, we were told to paddle quick and were soon right next to this seal. He had caught a nice big ...
... doctor's office in Picton for his medical. Yeah he passed! Tomorrow he should be able to get his license in Blenheim. Burkus also tried out the boomerang he purchased in Australia. He was able to get the boomerang to make a figure 9. So it came back part way. We had tea when Beth and Aunt Den returned from the funeral at 6:00 pm. Miranda and Susan's tea was delicious and enjoyed by all. After tea we watched some tv before calling it a day at10:00 ...
... in some places that you had to slow down quite a bit. The rest of the road was very good. Quite an interesting experience to be driving on the left side of the road but you adjust after a while. Finally made it to our lodgings and went to shop for our food for the next two days. Will turn in early as we have to leave early to be in Marahau for our day of kayaking, walking and sailing in Abel Tasman National Park. Until ...
Wednesday 13th March. After stopping off at what in my opinion was our worst camp site of the road trip so far we all set off and followed Ed again, who liked to cruise his campervan at 80km/h. I decided that if the five of us were to stick together then it would be best if I followed him, otherwise I’d lose him! We drove through “the mighty” town of Murchison before we stopped off at Motueka to stock up and figure things out at the information centre. The ...
... We left river valley on the 24th and jumped off the bus at its lunch stop in a town called 'bulls', for obvious reason as the have a lot of cattle there, and everything has the word bull in the name I.e, constabull (police station)!! Here we got 2 more intercity busses to get to Waipukaru an visit friends of Jo's who moved out there a few years ago. We spent a couple of days with them, then they kindly dropped us off and Glen Innis, the farm of the Massie's we were working on for 2 weeks ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking