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TravelPod Member ReviewsNo Road Inn Picton
Well this was just a beautiful place thank you Gary and Barbara and Archy the dog.
Great Seafood Chowder, company and what beautiful rooms. Not to forget the lovely cold beer waiting for us and the hot tub that had been just poured.
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Day 1 Ship cover to No Road Inn, Endeavour Inlet Approx 5 hours 14km.
We started our trip which was a 5 day independent walk through Wilderness Guides. The Charlotte Track is situated in the Marlborough Sounds. We took the Beachcomber cruise boat to start our walk which was Ships Cove.
Ship cove is an historical site as it was …
... br> determined,sweaty, long drive down to Wellington. I managed to get on
a ferry that night, over slightly rough seas, back to Picton; gateway
to the south.
a rough sleep in the car in central Picton I spent no time getting to
use of the good weather, I hiked for a good view of picton on a
nearby hill, seeing off into the Marlborough sounds, but I wasn't
quite satisfied and wanted to get closer, So ...
... of the walk so the views are spectacular. Salami and cheese supplement Anne's sandwich lunch, and Pete breaks out the toblerone. The last section after lunch is downhill and feared by the fellows with dodgy knees, but it turns out to be a gradual shaded part if the track, so quite a tolerable end to the day. Pete declares he's not keen for more walks this length! So around 4 pm we take the road down to ...
... finished with fireworks. Hanmer Springs was about a 1.5hour drive from Rangiora and again is a ski-ing resort in June and July and water sports at this time of year. It is also home to the Canterbury bungy jump site and no I did not have a go! The drive was again through some lovely scenery of flat farm land with long stretches of straight roads and then snaking up hill-sides and through gorges.
Then it was off to ...
... br> To brighten up our moods we walked around the yacht harbour, across a foot bridge to check out the many yachts and sailing boats. In the unbelievably clear waters under the bridge we spotted a big ray swimming into the harbour.
Back at the Motel I informed my parents of the wish to learn Skat (a crazily complex card game that Karsten also had tried to explain). I didn't understand it much better yet and am not sure if I really want to? Maybe during the next long break with my ...