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... town we should visit beyond Christchurch. However, our Kiwi neighbours to the right are the most noteworthy. This pair of guys turned up in a converted bus painted all black and covered in water sports paraphernalia. It is fitted out with a television but most opulent of all is the levelling system; when they had come to a halt, hydraulic stilts lifted the front end of the pristine bus a foot off the ground to ensure that the interior was ...
... here because of the winds and rough weather, but our sailing was perfect. And it was the first time I drove a car on a ferry. It went without a hitch.
The trip took 3 1/2 hours and we took lots of photos, especially the last hour and a half as we went through narrow passageways to Picton on the south island. We were one of the first ones off and sped down the coast to Kaikoura (KIE koo RA) where we booked a ...
It was an early start with as we had booked the dolphin swim for the sunrise one as Simon said it was the best of the times which meant we had to be up at 4:40 to meet at the place at 5:20. It was quite a large group including 7 of our group. We got all wet suited up including the sexy looking hat things. A safety briefing was given and we were off. It was quite a foggy morning on the boat but it wasn't too bad as it was about the size of a ferry so there was a little of swell ...
... sausage roll to keep me going. Finally arrived at the car hire drop off office, threw things into my bag, ran into the airport and checked in just before the flight closed!! Turns out I had lots of time before boarding in the end, so managed to spend my last $100 (£50) on merino wool underclothes: a grey long sleeved top and a bright pink pair of knickers! On the flight watched a movie (Before I go to sleep) and had dinner. On arrival in Sydney I hopped in a cab ...
... must-do and my was it beautiful. It actually looked like paradise. Although we suddenly realised we had gone to the furthest point we could do! This meant a rushed return which I seriously struggled with. Alastair had the patience of a saint (we were in a two-man kayak whilst Josie was on her own) as I kept needing rest. Eventually we made it back to land, we were all completely shattered. The next day was a serious driving day. We stopped on route at the ...