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... a spelling mistake but a tribute act). Yorkshire man doing cockney accent(ish), not bad for free entertainment on a sunny evening, thanks Rud. Little Ones Spike was eager to show Iggy around the campervan as he had never stayed in one before. Afterwards Iggy decided that, he would be very happy sleeping in the van during his journey around New ...
... of waterfalls pouring off the cliffs and the alpine lakes reflect the snow capped mountains. It's a phenomenal part of the world. From one of our world's greatest National Parks I headed south to Bluff which is the southern most tip of the South Island mainland. From there I took an hour ferry ride to Stewart Island. I spent about 5 hours wandering the island and meeting strangers. On the joinery I met two guys. Friends that ...
... br> We also spent time visiting the Botanical Garden and Museum and its good that Christchurch is a city that is still well worth a tourist visit.
A fairly short journey down the coast today for a stopover at Timaru before heading into the mountains tomorrow. Its been good to have a lazy day browsing the shops, getting haircuts and enjoying some good NZ beer and wine at a bar. They had a fire on the go, nice ...
... of gotten out.
We head to Christchurch tomorrow and Monday we fly to Auckland and then Tuesday we fly home. The Mosers are picking us up at the airport and then we might go home that night or wait till Wednesday - time will tell. We would both like to get back to our own beds. NOT LOOKING FORWARD TO SNOW.
Thanks again for your comments. It has been an amazing holiday but I will never do another one that we are gone for this long. Cheers Terry
... the scenery all along the river was? 'Cause it was... absolutely heartbreakingly beautiful.
Back on the bus we were all pretty knackered. But no time for rest yet: we still had a bbq waiting for us! At night we got the company of the local shepherds, who apparently always come to the lodge when the Stray bus has arrived, looking for their "lost dog"/ willing girls. But hey, who'd go for a shepherd? Raft guides are waaaay cooler. Not to mention cuter. :)