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... on quite a spread! Peter is a wonderful free spirit, who has lived a very unusual life. He is a lawyer who has lived in a commune in Vermont, where he met his wife Claudette who is Brazillian and is a nurse. They have 2 children who love New Zealand, and they live in rented accommodation till they sell their house in Vermont. Jeanette happens to be their letting agent and knows them!! What a small world! Claudette returned ...
We collected the car at 10.30. We got a Nissan Tilda in white. It's a beast. It cost £260 for 10 days and that includes the best cover which is zero excess. We collected it from the port. We then took the Queen Charlotte Scenic route to Nelson. The scenery is amazing. The roads go along the coast and are really windy. We stopped along the way and took in some of the magnificent views. It took about 1 and a half hours to get to Nelson. When ...
Awoke early to catch the 7.00 morning ferry to Picton, the South Island. After a gentle three hour ferry crossing we joined the Stray Bus passengers at Picton and began our drive down the south island. En-route we stopped at Drylands, Marlborough winery. After sipping a few dry wines we hopped back on to the bus and continued on to Nelson. After arriving in Nelson centre we walked a good thirty minutes to the hostel. It wasn't quite what either ...
... The quality of the displays managed to almost make up for the young man at the entrance presuming we were seniors (over 65) and only charging us the pensioners price!!!!!! We must really be looking like old haggard
Another highlight of this week was a drive through the Moutere Valley - in particular to the village of Upper Moutere - in even more particular to the studio of Katie Gould the ...
... and based on the name if you guessed it looked very British you are correct. We got there right about 5 and were planning to look around and then have dinner. Well the walking was fine but the stores were closing up and nearly all closed by 5:30. Pam had done her research and found a restaurant called Hopgoods. It lived up to its advanced billing - easy to see why it had won so many awards. Warren had the Duck Confit, and Pam had Roasted Lamb wrapped in bacon. ...