Tresco Blenheim B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
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... gave us a lift right back to our van, so we didn't have to schlep all our wine spoils across the campsite. We made sure to get the names of the UK importers of these wines, so if you come and visit us when we get back (and this tour hasn't bankrupted us), we may be able to share a few of these wines with you... Sadly I forgot to ask Steve, who runs the company, to take a photo of me and Jon on the bikes (all that wine knocked it right out of my head!), so there are no ...
... sunglasses on! I got his paddle before it floated off then helped him to climb back in. Thankfully he didn't lose his shoes (croc type things we borrowed from the lodge) nor his sunglasses or the camera! Pretty lucky really :) we paddled a bit further up, saw a funny bird then came back. Overall our first kayaking experience was dramatic but still a good experience. We got back about midday and Doug ...
... was quite a sight seeing the odd small boat here and there beached high and dry on the mud with not a skerrick of water in sight.
We drove on to Blenheim, which is surrounded by huge vineyards, which at this time of year being heavily pruned and ready for sprouting, make for an entertaining drive-by experience where "lines" are visible at a whole range of different angles due to the posts sticking out of the ground. For any of you that studied harmonics ...
... at some form of accommodation, I'd go home with more money than I've spent. (Hyperbole anyone?)
I arrived at the car park, not sure where I was supposed to wait for our driver. Duncan had told me I'd be looking for a heavyset man, called Roger, who more than likely wouldn't even get out of his car. Not ten minutes later a car pulled up, the driver opened the door, leaned out and yelled something at me that I thought was a question, even though I didn't get a ...
... and Eva, he a former Sussex Brit, she a transplanted Hong Kong-ese, he 69, she 41, retired, with an almost 4-year old, open their 1.6 hectare block to Native Park folks as a haven, and indeed, a haven it was! We arrived there late after our afternoon of wine-tasting, and were immediately invited over for a glass of wine...we took our Te Kairanga Sauvignon Blanc, and they offered a local C******nay. It was so interesting to chat ...