The Old Manse
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- Continental Breakfast
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Drove just over an hour to Cape Palliser this morning. Cape Palliser is the southernmost point of the North Island and is further south than Nelson and Blenheim at the top of the South Island. It is home to the Cape Palliser Lighthouse and a permanent fur seal colony. The lighthouse is now electric and there are 250 almost ladder like steps to climb from the shoreline to the lighthouse. It was hard work, not only getting up, but well worth it. My legs did a bit ...
... gorgeous and Lotte slept from the minute she got in the car to the minute we arrived, three and a half hours later. The town that stood out the most on this drive was Dannevirke, where clearly some Danish people had settled, there were Vikings all over the place!
We camped at the Mount Holdsworth Dept of Conservation campground, a large campground with very basic facilities (toilets, no showers). It was ...
John Martin is regarded as founding the town in the 19th century, the first streets in the town were set out in the pattern of the Union Flag. Many of the streets are named after foreign cities visited by Martin.
We will be visiting 4 wine producers in the area on the tour. The first on the list was Murdoch James, where we tasted a selection of their wines. Before we sampled each ...
3rd October – the one and only Lynn Donoghue's 21st birthday!! Gave mummy a skype when I got in from work. Shes got a iphone…that made my day thinking how she is going to work it, haha sorry mummy! :) Had to then get an early start of to Martinborough. You have to go across a really windy steep mountain and it had given gale force winds so wanted to get over in the day light. Got a very cute little cottage in the middle of the ...
... lots of car magazines from him, and to talk cars for a while!
Mon 29th Sept
Today was 16-17 deg and sunny – normal weather service resumed, according to my sister! Unfortunately jet-lag was still really affecting our body clocks and we got very little sleep, so we had a lazy morning whilst Sis went to her Hydrobics class. In ...