Tresco Blenheim B&B
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... skin you have missed – anti-histamine tablets seem to be the best bet!
We spent some time with the people in the bus, Rex and Kathy, including following their bus
down another gravel road to a beach he remembered from 40-odd years ago. Sadly when almost in sight of it there was a turning circle, a gate and a notice saying Private Property, Keep Out, Please Turn Here. So, back we went – however, it was a very pretty drive and I
did see a rather ...
... ride to Picton. We have to wait for an American group who thought the boat left at 4.30! We are pleased to see the guy from the waterfront apartments who takes our bags, and we relax in our luxury penthouse once more! Laundry, beers, then out to dinner at the local pub, for seafood and roast dinners, as we are serenaded by a selection of country music tunes, and a shy Maori bloke on the mike! Sleep well ...
... upset me. I cannot say how much time passed, but as more people began to arrive we returned to the van and completed the remainder of our journey towards the mountain trail.
The trail began in an area of lush forest. Once more we enjoyed our exquisite lunch of peanut butter sandwiches before heading out from the car park. The path climbed steeply and offered small teasing glimpses of the majestic mountains beyond the trees. I started the climb at a frantic pace ...
... 20 cm above the water and it is not possible to balance on a thin metal edge about 1/2cm wide it is easer to walk round it. There were some brightly coloured parrots and some frogs which we looked at before going the tank where the penguins were to see the fish feeding. The ray in the deep tank gulped down some big chunks of fish and ...
... to catch many on camera. We had planned to stop at Canvastown, an old mining town but in the end we carried on towards Blenheim. Our lodge is great, we are staying here a whole week, which is great after moving around a lot. Looking forward to settling down a bit. Stocked up on food so we can eat in for a change. That night there were a lot of helicopters in the sky - it turned out that this was to protect the vines from frost - all big business here.