Wakefield Quay House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Joanne and I wait about 10 mins before an elderly gentleman in his 80's picks us up, he takes us to the Picton lookout and then we're off to a place called Havelock about half way between Picton & our final destination, Nelson. This guy is a professional pick-er-up-er he tells uswe're his 55th backpackers since xmas!
We get to Havelock which is teeny, have a coffee and ...
... squid or octopus for me. A local cider and ditto white wine for her. Superb. We were at a table looking up to the mouth of the river and into the waves from the sea. At a certain point two yatchs moored in the middle, slowly, over a ten minute period, swung round with the tide, and pointed in the other direction as the tide started to push in against the river.. Home we went: me to write and Amanda to watch Marigold Hotel with Luisa. Some more rain, but hopefully a change ...
... Luckily a morning of sun appeared and we were in the plane before we could say ihopetheparachuteworks. This was the most amazing, exhilarating and exciting thing I've ever done in my life and I would do it all again in a heartbeat. The views of the glaziers in the plane were absolutely breathtaking and definitely distracted us from what was about to happen.The initial tumble out of the plane was verging on terrifying, but once we stabilised ...
We arrived in Nelson early on a Saturday morning and headed straight for the farmers market. This has become our usual now every weekend depending on where we are we search out the nearest market to stock up on fresh fruit and veg and treat ourselves to brekkie or lunch.
Nelson is very camper friendly allowing us to ...
From Picton Fridi and I made our way to Nelson, the main city in the north of South Island. We picked up hitch hiker along the way who was a local lady whose car was in the garage. On the way we also stopped at various locations at the side of the road simply to enjoy the views. I had seen some beautiful things on the North Island (Tiritiri Matangi, Mt Ruapehu, Tongariro National Park) but South Island ...