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... important checks that must be done before a long journey, haha! A quick fuel stop was made and we then headed out on good old Highway One southbound for Wellington. The 5 hour journey seemed to disappear in a flash - the scenery and roads here seem to make every journey an absolute pleasure where it might otherwise have been a chore... Where else would you be excited to spend the first five hours of your day stuck in a car? We stopped for a cooked ...
... for December 4th. Beyond that, we didn’t have much of a route decided. We headed north on highway 7 heading for Hammer Springs, then on to Springs Junction. Neither place caught our interest so we continued on driving past a few camp grounds that looked too commercial. We found one around 8 PM near Murchison in the middle of somewhere surrounded by snow capped mountains. We found the central kitchen which we learned to appreciate at every camper ground.
... Muschel zu probieren. Genießen konnte er die Köstlichkeit allerdings nicht so ganz... Als typische Stadtkinder haben wir bei unserem kleinen Ausflug natürlich nicht im Auge gehabt, dass Flut war und somit mussten wir auf dem Weg zurück zum Campingplatz ein wenig über Steine klettern und unter Sträucher krauchen um es heil zurück zu schaffen.
Für den nächsten Tag haben wir eine Fahrt auf dem Postboot im Pelorus Sound gebucht. Weit weg von ...
... the handful of dark blurry pictures). We even saw about 5 fat fluffy penguin chicks hungry for their dinner. The penguins made a huge amount of noise squealing to each other. Afraid to miss a single penguin we stayed till the bitter end after everyone had left. We were rewarded by one cheeky penguin who was not at all camera shy and stood posing for photos. In the past two weeks however we have swapped penguins for seals. It's a good time of year to see adorable seal pups ...
... are that the roads are much quieter as only a third of the population live on this Island making driving a far nicer experience. A far cry from the motorways back home. The locals live, more often or not, in weather board clad bungalows on generous sized plots with all manner of 'clutter' around the place. There doesn't seem to be any following of fashion. Anything goes here. It really is the land that time ...
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