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Travel Blogs from Westport
... flax. There was no sign of water in the blowhole when we were there but I did hear rumbling that I thought was distant thunder until I realized it was the blowhole.
When we finished we grabbed a quick sandwich at the Pancake Rocks Café and headed back to the Truman Track just up the road. We got there at 10:25 , right at mid tide. We went as far as we could go (about 25 min from the car park) but we couldn’t find the waterfall or the cliff with ...
... tiny and close the community is and after talking to Bernie Monks on our last visit to Greymouth.
The West Coast in the sunshine is a sight to behold. The coast road is like a ribbon squeezed between wild deserted beaches on one side and nikau forested hills on the other. Now, if we could just do something about the sandflies …..
The Punakaiki pancake rocks and blowholes were awesome. Beautifully laid out paths and ...
... disappointed, just glad to stretch our legs, feel the sand on our feet and arrive safely at our destination after travelling hundreds on miles by sea and road. Before we finish we just need to explain that if we had not done separate entries for the different parts of our journeys today, the tracker would have gone straight from Wellington to Westport and not picked up the journey in ...
... or if we were actually driving through this. There were mountains and it looked like it could have been from a scene out of Sound of Music. Other times it looked like some mountainous hills that you'd find in Cyprus or Turkey. Then you'd turn the corner and could be in a part of Arizona. I'm not joking, everywhere I've been in New Zealand has reminded me of some other country I've been to. The new things that we discover each day always amaze me and there's ...
... ate a chocolate covered ice cream from the local shop and walked to the beach, turning right along the shore line to where the Buller River meets the Tasman Sea. The tide was receding and allowed me to clearly see the treasures left behind. The shells, stones, pebbles, seaweed and blue blobs of jelly fish were not prolific. Each held its own separate territory and the receding of the tide as it veered round each obstacle, left a ...
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