Travel Blogs from Picton, New Zealand

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Pretty Little Picton, Picton, New Zealand travel blog

Pretty Little Picton

A travel blog entry by helenandjohn88

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... wine was actually pretty good too, considering it was only $6.99. Oh, that’s one thing that is totally ridiculous and strange about New Zealand: everything is marked as $5.99, or $10.99 (etc.), however when you get to the till you will be charged $6 ...

Welcome to the South!, Picton, New Zealand travel blog

Welcome to the South!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn

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This morning we boarded the Interislander ferry for the three and a bit hour ride to Picton. The ferry ride was comfortable with some beautiful views and while it offered entertainment, such as movies, and food from cafés, we were content to eat the ...

Un Noël au soleil, Picton, New Zealand travel blog

Un Noël au soleil

A travel blog entry by alexginie

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... que la région de la mer de sel. L’objectif de la journée étant de se retrouver, en fin de soirée, non loin de Picton pour prendre le Ferry le lendemain matin. Mais pour se faire nous avons longé la côte pour s’en mettre plein les yeux ...

Blenheim to Picton (day 18), Picton, New Zealand travel blog

Blenheim to Picton (day 18)

A travel blog entry by maria_devine

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Just a short blog for today as it's New Year's Eve! First, a huge happy birthday to my old man who is 60 today! Hope you have a wonderful day dad and we are having a drink for you now! This morning we take our time getting up because there is obviously no ...

days in Picton, Picton, New Zealand travel blog

days in Picton

A travel blog entry by bekznz

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So, I made a few friends at the hostel, mainly Lisa, Leo and Rash.  Going out to explore Picton and its lookouts over the Marlborough Sounds just didnt do anything for me - its supposed to be an amazingly beautiful place, but I just didn't really ...

Marlborough, a perfect hosts and wine, Picton, New Zealand travel blog

Marlborough, a perfect hosts and wine

A travel blog entry by iquaff

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... to Waikawa Bay and on to Kakaka Point where you can walk to an old maori fortress that pre dates the European settlement of New Zealand. We returned to the hotel where had dinner (mainly local mussels and salmon). After dinner we had a pleasant evening at ...

Ferry Crossed the Mersey, Picton, New Zealand travel blog

Ferry Crossed the Mersey

A travel blog entry by tigerdany35

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... the Malborough Sounds, it was wonderful, all these green covered hills and the blue clear water - just spectacular, worth the trip defo! Picton itself is also worth a stop, hough I do think its seen as just a port and an overnight stop, but where we ...

Motueka to Picton, Picton, New Zealand travel blog

Motueka to Picton

A travel blog entry by debbie.oneill61

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... & Nelson. The new part of our journey from Havelock to journey was the most scenic - really stunning scenery! I didn't initially like Picton - it is a port town - but the other side was much better. The Top 10 site is not one of my favourites and ...

Wild swimming, Picton, New Zealand travel blog

Wild swimming

A travel blog entry by blr1978

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... energized and constantly distracted by the scenes. Had girl food ( yogurt and fruit) for breakfast then we were off for Picton in the Marlborough region. Lara drove, initially an interesting experience but she settled into it nicely. What a belter of a ...

Our journey through Middle Earth begins, Picton, New Zealand travel blog

Our journey through Middle Earth begins

A travel blog entry by arielle.rylands

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... . Picton is a beautiful sea side town, to enter, we passed houses on the sides of mountains, green fields and rocky outcrops. Picton is famous for these houses, that are delivered mail and other necessities by boat. We stayed overnight in Picton at the ...

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