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... ones. I left with 2 new tops, a skirt and a jumper all for $52 (about £26) so good times! We then made our way back home which is where I relaxed for a while and may have also taken a nap before playing with Jaxon again. I kept building towers but the little monkey kept knocking them down but he was so adorable that I just couldn't be angry! Rebecca came to pick him up in the evening so I decided to go for a ...
And so begins the last part of our South Island adventure, but firstly we had to say goodbye to Bobby and Nades who had a long journey to Christchurch ahead of them and it could be a really long journey for Bobby if Nades decides not to stop en route! Luckily for us this was just au revoir as we were to see them again at their home in Wellington at the end of the week. While they headed East we were to travel North but only once we had collected a new hire car. So ...
... right next door and that worked well because we just brought our bags to reception early the next morning before our Abel Tasman excursion. It also happened to be Valentine's day, which neither of us realized until late in the day, so we decided upon a nice meal at a restaurant that served food that you cooked yourself on a hot, make that VERY hot, stone.
After dinner, we went to a craft brewery, where we met a rather snookered local couple. The ...
... place now. It actually used to just be a working farm but they would always get people asking if they could camp on their land when the other two main campsites were full. So, as any business minded person would do, they took advantage of the opportunity and the huge amount of land they have, to make extra money. Alistair was telling us how he wants to bring the site into the digital age and we were giving him some tips. He didn't even know he was No1 on Trip Advisor for ...
Spent a lovely evening the day before in a motel in Motueka, washed and did laundry ready for the next stage of our journey. We contacted Peter Riley, Richard's relative who share the same great, great grandfather, and we were invited for tea the next day. We were also going to stay with Glen and Jeanette again who have been so kind to us! We left the Motel just after 10 am and drove to Peter's and Claudette's house. Peter ...