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... verges until we veered inland climbed another mountain pass and entered the Marlborough district. Now we saw acres of well tended vineyards as we had now arrived in one of the worlds premier wine areas. To our left was Cloudy Bay and to our right shiny steel silos dedicated to producing the eponymous wine. No sooner had we booked our campsite we booked a wine tour for tomorrow. Sensibly we have booked a second ...
... one to fall like a drunken sailor into the mouse poo dusted twin bunkbeds with no covers kind of way. But we had brought the best of our Marlborough wine tour bottles with us and the moon was full so we toasted our adventure and had a beautiful evening before settling into our Camp Sacajawea bunks for the night.
Easter morning dawned cloudy and cool and we had the cooked breakfast which included homemade sausage and ...
... the attitude was a major turn-off. After checking in to another very nice Quality Inn, we made it an early night after a nice Asian food meal at an out of the way backpackers bar that a friend of our friend Marcela had recommended.
Poor Jenni had a nasty cough before we set off on our adventure, and her doctor gave her some cough syrup and told her to let it run its course. We had thought that she was over her malaise, but almost as soon as ...
... to Kaiteriteri where we stayed the night. When we got here we went for a walk on the beach it is absolutely stunning. We then went to the pub for a pub quiz! We had Clara and Lara in our team. We started very well but it then went rapidly down hill! It was a very good laugh! We didn't come last which was also ...
Our planned route made Nelson our next stop. However once we got there, we were underwhelmed by the place as it's main features seem to be a drive-thru KFC, giant Burger King and a multitude of car garages. Yawn.com. We parked up and decided to stretch our legs and also pop into the local cinema as we have all been waiting for an opportune moment to watch the latest Hobbit film. As luck had it, there was a screening just about to start, so ...