Steeples Cottage, Studio And B & B
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... been for the WHOLE game). BUT THEN Jonny went and got a flukey hole in 2!!!!! And it was one of those holes where it's at the top of the hill so you can really end up messing it up .... Like David did who ended up not completing it in the seven attempts so he was now drawing with Jonny in first place.... Cassie did the same so she was in last place now ... Then it was my turn and all I had to do was get it in 4 holes in order to win. And what ...
... lunch. The beach is only accessible by kayak and, like many of the beaches in the national park, was completely empty. After lunch we continued along the coastline and saw a few large sting-rays. It was much more enjoyable seeing them from the comfort of our kayak rather than have them swimming around our feet like a few days ago at sting-ray bay! We had more seal sightings shortly after as we kayaked out to another small island and the seals greeted us by swimming in ...
... the screensavers you would find on your computer. Our driver, Kea, told us we were more than welcomed to swim in the Lake, we happily declined. Instead we took lots of pictures, skimmed stones and watch all the ducks and eels swimming in the lake. We could of spent the whole day there, but it was time we moved on. We knew the scenery was only going to get better, as we moved on and we couldn't wait, this was what we were waiting for. Our final ...
... another's jay cloth before realising that they were not for communal use. We chatted to a lovely Canadian couple before turning in. They told us about the blizzards that they have seen at home this winter. On the morning that they were due to leave for their flight to New Zealand, they woke up to find that the snow had completely hidden the cars on their street. Finally, after a long afternoon's drive we headed to bed, guided by the light of a dazzling harvest ...
... up the house, moving everything into storage and doing a massive clear out. Then, moved to Christchurch, getting a flat, starting new jobs and helping out Taryn & Jake when we can. No wonder we are tired.
Still, it’s given us the chance to see some wonderful friends down here and find some new rides, taking Sean to places he has never been to before despite being born in Dunedin all those years ago.
We went for a ride to Pegasus Bay ...