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... gone fishing...still it was enjoyable, and I was surprised how big the local fur seals seem to be. Next stop was at the end of the road...The Royal Albatross Colony. Our guide proved to be very engaging and gave us a handy lecture prior to our trip up to the hide..a large glass box set in the hill. We were lucky...the wind was up and there were several birds in the air, as well as a number sitting on chicks. Till you see these avian marvels you cannot appreciate ...
... of the newlywed game featuring three contestants chosen from the audience: a couple in their 70's married less than a year, a couple on their 90 's that had been married 61 years and couple who had beef married for 25 years. We laughed until our belly's ached from the answers to questions and the hilarious corresponding answers from married partners. A fun evening to end a great first day ashore on New ...
... the Moeraki Boulders. They are a collection of spherical-shaped boulders lying on the beach. A short walk from the car park brought us to the boulders. After some people left, we had them all to ourselves. They look very strange there on the beach, like they are from another planet. Some are small and others are taller than me if they weren't sunk in the sand. Some are broken, exposing what we called "rock guts." The boulders themselves were formed by wave erosion ...
... 19.3°. We didn't trust driving up there in the van. We also checked out a couple of beaches, one of which is called Tunnel beach - it is a walk down to a cliff where there is a tunnel with steps that lead to a little secluded beach. It was too cold to go in the water though but still a pretty sight.