Wakefield Quay House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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NZ has a huge change in the coastline due to the tides. When the tide is out around 9:45 AM this time of year, mud can stretch out for 1/4 of a mile. By 11:00 AM water is filling the bays. By noon the coastline is again next to the shore and sparkling with a beautiful blue.
Mussels and clams are very popular here since people can wade out in to the mud to dig them.
... mail boat, so it made a few drop offs and collections on the way. It is hard to imagine not having your post delivered to your door daily, but there are quite a few areas out here that don't.
Once back in Picton we drove onto the campsite, a farm 30 minutes out of town. We were welcomed with warm muffins which went down a treat with a cup of tea in the camper.
After dinner, as if we hadn't done enough walking today, we decide to take the 90 ...
... all the Ski people! Walking through the valleys of the Misty
Mountains (LOTR) in Paradise Glenorchy. Visited the most hilarious 'Motivational/ Real estate speaker of New Zealand, played a quiz in 'Pig & Whistle' in Queenstown. Ate the most delicious burger ever, the famous FERG BURGER in Queenstown. Going wild in the ‘Kjet’ on the Shotover river. Being Super Mario(Ludge) in the Remarkables of Queenstown. Relaxing in the Spa of ...
Sadly, we have run out of Indian Summer ..... have been in and around Nelson for a
week now, having a good look around but really just waiting for the rain to
stop before we head to The Sounds!
We did take a trip back to beautiful Kaiteriteri Beach on a bit of business and stayed in the beachfront camping ground there. Yesterday we visited the World of Wearable Arts & Classic Cars ...
... for gas and to make a coffee, then onwards to St Arnaud in the Nelson Lakes district. This is picture postcard country and can imagine how awesome it is when the mountains are covered in snow. We spoke to a DOC ranger in his wee boat down by the wharf (well, Colin tried to take his job off him) and he said we should come back when it is -12oC before deciding to live there. True. I don't need to go back in winter to decide however - the abundance of ugly creepy ...