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... which afforded beautiful scenery through the sounds.
After booking in to our accommodation we checked where the ferry leaves from and then to the local hotel for a beer and to watch the Melbourne Cup.
Tomorrow we leave for the North Island.
Until next time
Alan & Narelle
... honestly feared for my life because the sea... She was rough. Don't worry I had my life jacket on and a plan. If we flipped I swim for the nearest light at shore. Made it back to the Bach safe though and then Lisa an Pete (Maeve's parents) cooked the fish from earlier as well as salad, potatoes and tomatoes. Apple pie for dessert, wine and singalongs later I'm really feeling at home.. Finding some common songs for the singalong was a ...
... sitting pretty.
Who got a bit of a shock
Due to old rolling stock!!
Minding her own business
She had a moment of dizz'ness
When avoiding a fall
As the loo fell off the wall.
Her hero had to ask her,
What was the disaster!
Then the management was told
And the story did unfold.
Yes, I was so embarrassed I asked John to go and tell the train manager. He came, he saw, he was astonished, he locked the door, he told the occupants of ...
... Bay which was also a campsite...quite a few hippies. After stopping off at Te Mahia Bay we drove to Picton...smaller than I expected. After checking into our motel and having a shower we took a stroll along the coastline to a small beach. Early supper at one of the restaurants overlooking the harbour...our second dinner out, first one just the two of us. Le Cafe specialise fresh, local food and it was ...
... more wine and a lovely view of the Marlborough Valley. We finally headed back, slightly tipsy, before having Hot Dogs for tea. We even went out for a drink too and managed to bump into an Englishman from Lancashire who had lived in NZ for over 7 years - he still hadn't lost his northern accent though!
After leaving the hostel/campervan park, we headed back into Blenheim to check out the Farmers Market. We were treated to ...
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