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Travel Blogs from Blenheim
... tournament. Holland got knocked out by Argentina in the semis, where on the other side of the bracket Germany put a one in a lifetime 7-1 crushing on Brazil. It was one of the best WC's I have seen in my lifetime and Kira, Tobes, Brownie and I had a blast putting bets on the games.
As short as these last paragraphs have been, if you throw in some beer pong battles and few games of darts, it basically brings us up to date. Needing ...
... machine station, running presses and pumps and collecting samples of fresh juice for the lab to analyze. I also calculated and measured out various additions (things like enzymes and protein stabilizers) for the juice, as specified by the winemaker in his cellar notes.
Because this winery is so large, the staff are split up into teams and distributed around the winery. I was mostly stationed at the press machines, so I don’t know as much about the ...
... some virgin Paua shells at the bottom and dove down to grab them.
Maeve's dad was free diving while we were snorkelling. He got 3 fish and when we pulled the net in had caught butterfish. YUM Dinner. The ride back to shore was much rougher on the way back. Had a quick hot shower and then dug into a delicious lunch prepared by Maeve's mom. Some spinach salad with chicken and cheese as well as fresh baked breads.
It was quite ...
... that we were tempted!)
We asked Hayden where the attached campsite to the hostel was, and if we could drive our car next to our pitch. Hayden smiled and took us to the adjacent house (where the long term workers/travellers stayed), and through to the small back garden. This answered our question. We pitched our tent in the dark under the washing line, whilst a party ensued in the garage.
We were very excited the next morning about ...
Last day in South Island, Early start for our pre-booked paddle to saddle tour of the top coast of the South Island, part of which is the Queen Charlotte track. The whole track is 72km long, so most people do it over 3-5 days, with water taxis coming to pick them up at various stops along the way. We started in a place called Anakiwa, all suited and booted for our kayak. I, as per, was a tad nervous as I am with most water related sports/activities. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet