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... so we started from Picton main car park which added an hour to the walk. The weather was drizzly and misty with poor visibility, and when we reached the view point above the end of the Snout, we realised our mistake. There was still 40 minutes to the end and 40 minutes back. It was not a good idea, so we turned back. The views were quite hidden but we did see ferries pass each other and when we neared Picton we took the coastal path with warnings of ...
... walk with hosts Will & Rose. Will told us lots of interesting facts about the local history & wildlife. He tested Nia's home schooling knowledge on the local flora & fauna - she passed with flying colours. We managed to see a Royal Spoonbill and a white heron fairly close up. The kayak trip is now hopefully on Saturday at ...
As if to confirm that my necklace is indeed the source of good luck, things changed once I had taken it off for the night!
The wind pounded and rocked the camper like we had never experienced before. Besides waking us up during the night it was also causing concern that if it blew over we may be too close to the river! So I get up to move the camper, to face it into the wind and away from the river bank slightly. Facing the ...
... The owner of the small cafe said that to stock up on provisions involved a drive to Blenheim an hour and halfs drive away. The tramp along Queen Charlotte track provided more stunning views with a 360 view from the lookout. Lots of enchanting bird song from a large yellow bird (sorry no idea on the name) Arriving back in Picton at 4 we thought we should make a hasty visit to Blenheim for a little wine tasting. By the time we ...
... They couldn't have been more helpful or accommodating and I had a lovely ride down by the river Rakaia and through the forest. We had had torrential rain the night before so many of the tracks were just streams but Tommy and I enjoyed ourselves following Freya, my guide, on her horse.
We had stayed in a DOC (Department of Conservation) Camp the night before – not cheap at $15pp but it was in a beautiful location and had hot showers, ...
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