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... truly is. And perhaps it's because my experience mirrors so many others who have had the chance to travel like this, and I know experience is the same as theirs. You inexplicably run into the same people throughout your travels, and even after just a few days you feel like you've known them forever. And suddenly you have an entire community of new friends from all over the world. Let's hope for better weather so I don't get all philosophical and melodramatic ...
... van before pushing on. Whilst we made lunch a very bossy and hopeful bird appeared demanding a share of our sandwiches. It was such a pest we shut the doors on it and left it circling us. At one point Ed was watching as it passed right underneath where we were sitting and then jumped out if his skin as Kate's foot brushed his leg; he'd connected the two events as one in his mind! When lunch was finished and heart rates were back to normal we made our way south again passing ...
OK, so this is my first blog entry for over a month. Slack I know, but we had a wonderfully lazy ten days at Queenstown, followed by a few days with Hamish and Jilly in Ashburton and then our two day visit to Gracie in Lincoln turned into two weeks before we knew it!
But we are now happily back on the road and have arrived back down in Westport via Hanmer Springs, Greymouth, Punakaiki and Kohaihai (near Karamea) We have had amazing weather ...
Last night we washed our clothes in the hostel washing machines for the first time. We didn't have much but thought it would be wise to do one before our next stop. We whacked a load of stuff in and didn't possibly think about the outcome. I think it's safe to say the colour some of my clothes turned out made it easier for me to throw away (every cloud eh?). We decided to go on down and participate in the pub quiz. The only team that welcomed us in (because we ...
... so much a colony - as there were only about 3 or 4 seals. Mothers with their pups
We left the coast and headed inland towards Abel Tasman. We knew we wouldnt make it in one go so decided to stop at Quinneys Bush campground. This really was out in the bush - but had lots of things in the grounds - not busy now as the season has finished so Brian was able to play on the swings without having to wait his ...
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- Free parking