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... t itch as bad and then they go away pretty fast. Sandflies don’t work this way. Like I said, evil… They’ve gotten worse the farther south I go. I didn’t run into any on the North Island or northern part of the South Island, although I’ve heard they are sometimes around Abel Tasman or on the west coast. I found them at Franz Joseph glacier, and now beyond. They haven’t been a problem in the house fortunately, ...
... basking in the sun. It was a beautiful light for viewing them in such a remote location. Shearwaters were flying impossibly close to the surface of the sea, really justifying their name. Turning back into Doubtful Sound from the sea, the scenery seemed to get even better. There were snowy caps to be seen on a few mountains. Since we had time, we explored a few of the arms that come off the main sound. In one of these, a pod of bottle-nosed dolphins was making its way along by the ...
... coach and after 2 hours of pleasant scenery had arrived at Te Anau. This small town, also situated on a glacial lake and which also owes its existence to tourism, is the jumping off point for a number of walks, namely the Milford, Routeburn, Hollyford and Kepler Tracks.
After the first of the wonderful meals we would enjoy on the trip ( a buffet lunch in one of the cafes) we once again hopped on the coach for the short drive to Te ...
... beach forest, following the Iris Burn which by this time was a seriously fast flowing river, deep green in colour. We arrived at the end of the trail around 2pm, met a Kiwi couple who had just finished going the other way, and gave them a lift back to their accommodation to find they were doing the Routeburn the next day! Glutons for punishment. Once back at the Top 10, had a great shower and a Spa! Aaaah!
Next stop Stewart Island for a 3 day treck!
... back and luckily the heating was on in the main building so we changed clothes and had a hot chocolate to warm us up. The guides made us spaghetti bolognese and salad for tea and a peach crumble with custard for pudding. It was the first time we had had a proper pudding and it was lovely. After tea the guides brought out some bags and showed us what we would be wearing the next day for kayaking. We were all given a purple, stripy pair of thermal leggings (boys included) and ...