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... west coast in preparation for a full days wine tour on the Sunday! The wine tour was in Marlborough, which is absolutely packed full of vineyards. We were picked up in the morning by a the tour guide, Chris, who turned out to be from Belper, of all places! It turned out we were the only people on the tour so had his expertise all to ourself! Chris was very informative and good to chat to and learn about winemaking. We visited 10 different wineries, tasting ...
... Back at the hostel we had showered and chilling in the room when we heard a rumour that the guy from the movie twilight (the older brother vampire Emmett) had checked into the hostel and was going to be in our room!!! Cue a few moments later when him and his two mates come into the room. We played it cool and pretended we didn't know who he was, got chatting and Kebs and I ended up at Fat badgers - the pizza place with them and a few others who were blissfully unaware who he was. ...
... bike track that goes uphill and then travels along the side of the hilltop. Stunning, utterly stunning scenery. It is almost surreal how beautiful Wanaka is, I felt like I was running next to a sky sized postcard. I finished my run with a river wash in water so cold it hurt and gave me immediate brain freeze. Our campsite had toilets, but no washing facilities so this was my only option for washing away the night before and the morning run. It was so liberating walking into the water ...
... of the river in 1862, with the first Pekeha ( white person arriving in 1850). There is no commercial mining on the river now but punters are welcome to try their hand at panning themselves- we didn't though. The boats used for the ride are the same design as jet skis and can skim the water to as little depth as 10 cm. It is strange to say it but veering towards gorge rock faces and skimming tree branches at speeds of up to 85 kph, with 360 degree turns was actually great fun. ...
... is great before going. We got a boat around Doubtful Sound. On this trip we saw some Dolphins! They followed the boat and were jumping alongside us. We also saw more seals, and what we think was a penguin. It was absolutely freezing on the deck of the boat. Hat and gloves were definitely required! I guess that's to be expected in New Zealand in winter, especially when we are at one of the most southerly points. It's only 5000km to the ...