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A basic, clean backpackers..
However, the owners are never there so you need to call them at all times which is very inconvenient for you...
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We spent last night at a quaint hotel (80 plus years old with rooms over the bar and restuarent) in Martinborough because there was no rooms left in Wellington, the State Capital, because the World Cup of Cricket matches were there this weekend. Martinborough is about 1.5 hours from Wellington and we had a 8:30 AM ferry to catch there. Accordingly, we had to get up at 4:30 AM (I thought we were ...
... worse for wear mallet, and a lot of frustration for Marc) and the view over the lake was picture postcard beautiful.
After the tent was up I pottered about making dinner whilst Marc and Lotte went for a paddle in the lake. As usual, Lotte loved playing in the water. It got a bit chilly after Lotte went to bed, and we warmed ourselves with a cup of tea before calling it a night ourselves.
Distance traveled today: 212 km
Total distance traveled: 2248 ...
... hike was on the Dun Mountain Walkway, a former railway track converted to a mountain biking trail. It was a fun day, which was made more interesting by our decision to take an alternate way back. Over Fringed Hill, and back down a steep logging road back to the car.
Now we’ve got a day to enjoy Nelson and take care of a few items on the list, then it’s off to the hills for a few days. See you then!
Orla & ...
... hops and follows loose rocks to the summit. The task becomes picking a rock and committing to putting your weight on it. Choose incorrectly and your body could be tumbling down 6,000 feet of solid rock. The ascent is exhausting. It is here that I start to feel the onset symptoms of dehydration. My body slows. I feel the tightness of my hamstrings and quads. I reach the summit and finish the rest of the water I have. A rest is needed on this summit. Our bodies ...
... with photos, accounts etc. Number of residents peaked at about 1500, now there's 8 but the mine was worked from 1880 to 1967, so some families lived there for 2 generations. We had a coffee in the van looking over the view to the sea as the cloud lowered and the drizzly rain started, then back down the hairpin after hairpin road descent, at least the roads are wide here so not like going through some of the European Alp roads. Then driving up the Buller river valley ...