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Travel Blogs from Balclutha
... a little more subdued than perhaps it should've been. Stil rough but feeling slightly better I took my chances on a mulled wine, which added to the general christmas/winter feel evoked here. After doing the most soicalising I've done since joinging this bus I eventually bailed by about half 11 with a splitting headache that probably wasn't helped by a drinking game that involved hammering nails into a massive piece of ...
... on this particular bungy you're harnessed around the waist as opposed to your feet. I faced backwards and let them hold on to me whilst I was leaning back over the edge and they let me go when I least expected it. So much fun but so scary! Such an adrenaline rush!
There's a cookie shop in Queenstown and every evening 6-7pm it's happy hour which means two cookies for $3 and they're freshly baked right out the oven so they taste amazing! We were on them straight away!
... quite a few coral sharks, and a few black tipped sharks, as well as a turtle, a blue spotted stingray, a big lion fish, a sea snake, and a bunch of beautiful coral. A lot of other backpackers come to Fiji on their way home after backpacking around Australia, New Zealand, and Asia, so we got lots of travel tips for the second half of our trip. We ended up staying at Mango Bay Resort the whole 10 days. It was just so nice to not have to plan anything, ...
Well we’ve made it to New Zealand! I guess after 12 months
on the road with New Zealand as our goal it was inevitable that there would be
a sense of anti-climax as we landed at yet another nondescript international
airport. At least this one had an area dedicated to putting cycles together
complete with bike stands. Cycling out of the airport in the dark we headed for
a council run campsite on a farm that promised a nice setting and close proximity
... up with a kick at a park which happened to be a tribute to the wreck of the Wahine which capsized at the entry to Wellington Harbour in 1968 with the loss of 53 souls. Very moving and a lovely place to practice our kicking and marking "skills" with a strong wind coming in from the ocean.
Then a lovely lunch at Oriental Bay and back to the hotel to get ready for "the game".
After donning our Saints gear - we walked down (again) to the ...