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... storm were massive, even for our mini cruise ship, and caused the boat to rock up and down. My heart felt like I was on the Tower of Terror at MGM in Disney. We were thrown around like paper dolls. The captain said we were going into 40 knot winds and equally strong seas and I believed him! We were in for the longest roller coaster ride. One thing that did help was I turned on some LOTR epic soundtrack music and that put some awesome sounds to these awesome sights. Every time a wave ...
... just increases tenfold for the thrill of it because now you get to try to miss cow pats in the dark, follow the markings for the track that you can't see and try not to slip over in the muddy bits thru the forest along with stepping, not tripping over the tree roots and rocks. Anyway, with all that and the freezing temperature we did see the glow worms and some of the waterfall and had the usual laughs along the way.
It is so dark that at one stage Phil went to check ...
... Like zombies they surrounded us, rats tails out stretched. I had given up hope but a chance clicking sound from our van told me that the doors had opened. We jumped in, narrowly avoiding contact. The Rats Tail tribes whipped there poison against the windows and doors, but the van held firm. The engine started and the zombies dispersed like skittles. The pounding rain made sure that any remaining remnants of hair were wiped off the van as we made our escape.
An early start on a cloudy day saw us leave home and head to the Maitai Dam to start our walk. After leaving the car, we headed up to the Dun Saddle where the track forked. We headed up to the Dun Shelter first to get the uphill out of the way, had a bite to eat, then headed down again and off to Rocks Hut. An hour later we were sitting in the hut having a second lunch, then it was time to head back to the car. A long day totalling est 9 hours of ...
... with dramatic looking clouds and a few spits of rain which held off, along with the wind, until night fall. We were out on the boat for almost 5 hours! The Dusky Dolphins appeared for one minute while I was in the loo :( but Michael saw them. We camped the night the other side of Picton in another lovely DOC site. East side this time and west the night ...