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The last blog finished with us at Mt Cook, having walked up Hookers Track and then enduring
a long windy, dust blown night. The next morning we had another walk, the Kea Track – more wonderful views of this icy mountain. Then we were on our way again, past lakes Pukaki and Tekapo that are fed from the Southern Alps – both lakes an unbelievable bright turquoise blue with an opaque milkiness from the glacial flour, and although I am quite pleased with my ...
Today is the last day: we have about 13kms to Anikawa, and the boat to take us back to Picton. We need to get in by 4pm as the boat leaves at 4 .15, but we are not in a hurry. With a few ups and downs it is largely a downhill run, although it does go on a bit. The last section is through a lovely shady section of the walk. As it's quite warm again, we are glad of the shade. We start at Mistletoe Bay, which ...
... on the very tip of South Island, which involved driving through a historical colonial named Invercargill. The sky's were looking gray and the wind had turned, bringing a vicious cold bite. Rain was in the air, but still I felt excitement for the travel scriptures spoke of Invercargill as though it was Rome itself. I imagined a town draped in history and splendour, where folk dressed in the finest silks and spoke in the finest Kiwi tongues; but I must confess that on ...
... carbon zero operation at such a scale is admirable as is the attempt to encourage the local wildlife through ponds & planting. Nia loved feeding the chickens (chooks) that are stationed in various vineyards as an attempt to keep the grass down naturally. Other animals engaged in this task are Babydoll sheep & miniature pigs. The latter had to be removed as they worked out that ...
... to cope with it. The worst was a road closure on the Queen Charlotte drive that was supposed to save us some 60 km but instead it cost us some 90 km extra. The closer we got to Picton the worse the situation became and we started to worry if we even gonna make it in one piece and maybe more importantly if we were going to make it back to Christchurch. :)
When we arrived in our ...