Ti Kouka House
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... a personality of its own. Each time you draw closer to a place, it is like reading tea leaves – your sensory skills are heightened to gauge the area, the location, the feel for the place. Some are incredibly inviting, some have you walking up the stairs with some trepidation. All have been meticulously clean and better than their profile. Great experiences so far.
... needed Dave! Dave, the ever expert, drawing on his Scout rope bridge experience points out where additional anchor points would have minimised the bounce and swing. Ok, but please walk slower and gentler. The walk back, brings us to lunchtime and as this is also a rest day, to give ourselves a chance to rejuvenate our muscles, we settle in for a nice relaxing afternoon. Dave, you know that walk trail we saw ...
All day we drove in the rain from Lake Moeraki to Bird's Ferry Lodge between Charleston and Westport. The best part of the drive was seeing six swans swimming in the lake as we started out. We hiked toward the Fox Glacier, but it was unpleasant in the rain and half way there we decided we had had an unbeatable glacier experience in Argentina and there was no good reason to continue when all we could see was gravel and rain. Instead we retreated. We ...
... time, and were very pleased with the final product: practical, good-looking knives! The day also included a bushwalk with some very small ponies (we’ve seen bigger dogs), a giant swing, and axe throwing.
After a few days in Greymouth to wait out bad weather, the forecast looked good for a few days, so we made a b-line for Nelson Lakes, to take a second crack at a tramp in that area. This time we were treated to spectacular views of ...
... People did not live very long on those days - the oldest person we could find in there died at 62.
Just got to Arthur's Pass, the highest community in NZ. Not much here but quite a few long and short hikes to be had. The scenery is great if you like snow covered mountains, lots of those all around us. We find it beautiful. Three short and scenic hikes are the planed for tomorrow.
Enjoy yourself it's later than you think
Rip & MF