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... and the journey to Kiakoura. Some time had passed and the road now followed the coast line other than a minor detour inland which took us through some pretty mountain scenery. The journey was mostly uneventful. Returning to the coast we passed a number of beautiful beaches and even though it was holiday time there was still little traffic on the roads. We made good time and after about four and a half hours we reached the outskirts of Kaikoura. We ...
... and FaceTime Doug's family which was nice :) we then phoned my dad which was also nice :) we will be speaking to my mum tomorrow morning! We leave the cottage tomorrow :( but we've had such a nice few days here. We will be visiting the famous Hanmer springs tomorrow yay! We hope everyone has a very happy Christmas. We have certainly enjoyed our 11th Christmas together, but the first as husband and wife, and our first away from home! Davina ...
... New Zealand.
The next day was one of our best days yet. We went out on a boat for the day with an environmentalist and learned about the Able Tasman National Park. The weather was beautiful. We stopped at numerous beaches, went for some hikes, and saw tons of seals. The scenery was spectacular and we learned a ton. We stopped at a famous roadside stand, Fat Tui, and enjoyed New Zealands version of ...
... in the distance. To further the stereotype of Child Psychiatrists, Mark was seeing his patients in a motel room the hospital had rented out. I dropped him off, wished him luck, and headed off to my adventure: Whale Watch Kaikoura.
l learned along the very long and very fast boat ride that the town is actually pronounced "Kai-Kouda" which means "to eat crayfish" .. as opposed to "Kai-Koura" which means "to eat ...
... are relatively few and far between. Those are the days where we are missing things like: Grandma and Papa, proper peanut butter, Maggie our dog, Kraft Dinner, our most excellent friends, Pizza Pizza, Miracle Whip, Campbell's tomato soup, Award Winning Turner Chili, and Tim Horton's coffee.
Alternatively, the kids are very familiar with, "Travel Days". These are the days where the kids have learned to give Mommy and Daddy a ...