Rapahoe Beach Motor Camp
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... rose up the glacial valley.
One of natures “must sees” on this trip.
I don’t mind getting wet so it was a good morning out.
We stopped off at a historic bridge as we left the glacier road.
This afternoon we have taken ourselves off to a nearby glacial lake an walked around it, through the Rainforest .
... where we are. Glad we did as he has given us the drum on which way to traverse north up their way. We will spend most of the weekend with Todd and move back over this way, Nelson, on Sunday afternoon ready to be on the 1pm ferry to Wellington on Monday. Get there about 4.30 and head for Napier overnight before catching up with Bert and Carole on Tuesday. Lona and ...
... colony, we saw a few babies, it wasn’t the best time year to visit. In this part of NZ you get these funny flightless birds that look like Kiwi’s, they come right up to you, we saw loads of them in fact we had to swerve to the other side of the road to miss one!
The next stop was in Punakaiki to visit the Pancake Rocks & Blowholes. The lime stone rocks beside the sea have been formed into what looks like piles of pancakes due to a ...
... impact on the community.
As we walked through the rain forest, we kept glimpsing turquoise water through the trees, it was so blue, and it was like a swimming pool. We had our first proper look at a lookout point and the colour was just amazing. Then we crossed a swing bridge and had more great views. Another short walk brought us to another viewpoint. Even in the rain, it was amazing.
... pretend to have a poo, so we did. At least he pretended. I think I may have actually pushed because shortly after that photo op, I assumed a familiar squatting and slightly worried look which signals to daddy that I had an urgent offering to the porcelain gods. The worried look on my face communicated he needed to do this preferably soon please daddy, or you'll need a shovel. He's getting quite good at finding them in under five ...
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