Steeples Cottage, Studio And B & B
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... and then rode through the back rural areas, checking out historic settlements and pubs – no drinking when we ride but a lot of locals happy to chat and share the knowledge of good rides; places to visit and what to see when there. The beach was full of stones and not really the place for us to take the small ones to so we will have to stick with Sumner.
Work for me has been a bit of a drag with no one there but me so ran around doing a lot of ...
... Bridge which leads into an adventure playground. This also has the longest "zip line" in the Southern Hemisphere. At this time of the morning they are a long way from being open. We continue following the Buller River through the Buller Gorge. The first 20 km or so is forest and then it moves into rain forest type plants with lots of ferns dotted between the other greenery. We stop at about 25 km for a break but it is a mobile break - ...
Remember those storm clouds mentioned last night, well to say it was a stormy night would be an understatement. The campervan was rocking so much it was hard to believe we were not on a boat.
On the way out of town we stopped to fuel up and it was still blowing a gale and raining, it would stop briefly then start raining again.
The changeable weather went on for most of the journey to Westport 106km ...
... with a section on the earth's crust and explained why New Zealand is prone to having so many earthquakes. In fact there was one screen that showed how many earthquakes there had been so far that day in New Zealand and where there were. There was also a earthquake simulator from an earthquake in 1987. It was really weird to actually be stood still and feel the ground almost being swept from under you. It's easy to see why people get freaked out during earthquakes and ...
Jen and Keren woke up early to go for a run and pick up food for the fry up we were cooking for our host. We ate and said thank you and goodbye, then hit the road again. We detoured to Hokitika Gorge before we left the town, and it was absolutely pouring! We've had nothing but rainy weather so far! The gorge was cool though, a flowing river surrounded by rocks and there was a rope bridge over it that we could walk over. On the way we passed a fallen tree that had ...