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... have a shower. By the time the washing machine has finished the weather is improving so we put the washing on the clothes line to dry.
The sun shines down on us (and the laundry) and the wind has calmed but clouds always threaten, lingering over the mountains. Weirdly, and this isn't the first time it has happened in New Zealand, there is a brief rain shower, only light, but it's sunny and there are no clouds above us! it's ...
Simon and Benny dropped me off at Kaiuma bay, the next morning. I had a very enjoyable hike trough the forest. See pictures below. Interesting things were the 'saddle' where I could cross over to another mountain range. Since I had more than enough time, I decided to climb one side of the saddle. Later, I did the same with a waterfall we came accross.
I stayed at the 'on the track lodge'. A family home at the side of the bay, turned into a place that could ...
... hostels. With this in mind, I purchased a HUGE wheeled suitcase from The Warehouse, which is our equivalent to Wilkinsons. It was $34 and I was really smug with my purchase and everything fit in beautifully. HOWEVER, this is me we're talking about so nothing ever goes that smoothly.... We left Auckland bright and breezy on Sunday the 2nd and headed down the street towards the kiwi experience bus for the beginning of our next adventure. I'd walked about 50 metres at the very ...
... on one side and look down on planes landing on the other side. We couldn't make out South Island across the water. That's for tomorrow. We wandered through the city and sat in the sun at the waterfront, meeting Janet for a tour of Te Papa, the city's Museum, before the rain came. The geography lessons in NZ are alive and active. Not only are there live volcanoes, but ...
Today we drove from Nelson to picton....firstly we had a look and walk around the city of Nelson....very pretty???lots of flowers over every shop???Liz and Trevor tell us this costs the shop owners $200 per year for council to maintain and the few shops that do not do it are Aussie shops! Not sure about that but definately not every shop does it...but a fantastic little town! Really liked Nelson! Drove to Haverton where we had coffee ...