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Sunday 4th October
Today we had an early start at 9am we had to get the water taxi to get dropped off to Bark Bay. I made cheese sandwiches for the hike and filled up water bottles. Made Andy and I a sausage sandwich from last night's leftovers and he comes back and tells me he doesn’t want it!! That man!! I will kill him I tell you! He is more than happy to throw food away. What I didn’t add, was ...
... to prevent meltdown in my partner in crime... Who was not happy wit Britz, and feeling poorly. We thought we'd walk about town to have a better look and maybe stock up with more codral, but it was drizzly and icky and I think Dave got even worse and we didn't find the chemist We got going and because by now we had a new GPS ( replaced the dud one back when the pump was fixed) 'twas decided I drive first leg and along ...
... up close. We ended the hike with a visit to a rare giant Kahikatea (white pine) tree that was over 200 years old. Most of the other Kahikatea trees had been felled years ago by loggers. This tree can be thankful it grows in a protected sanctuary.
After our hour long stop at Buller Gorge and a quick lunch, we were back in the car and on the road to Marahau to check in to our hostel and drop off our bags before driving over the treacherous ...
Meanwhile we were making our way through the Tory Channel and into the beautiful Queen Charlotte Sound and Marc got very snap happy with the camera.
By 11.30 we had arrived in Picton and we made our way off the boat, picked up some rolls for lunch and had a picnic at one of the scenic lookouts by Picton. Then we figured we'd take the scenic drive to Nelson and from there make our way to Saint Arnaud and camp at the Kerr Bay Campground on ...
... river mouth and found a lovely stretch of sand on the ocean side so perhaps we will visit it tomorrow at low tide. At the Cowshed. Cafe we learned that the low ropes we had been looking for had been closed for two years because of storm damage which they were slowly working on to repair. The French chef also said we could see gloworms if we walked up any of the creeks so that is something else for us to do. We came home to a delicious dinner of two main courses cooked by Nicola and ...