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... then one could ever think possible and a forest of 100 year old Redwoods that together we could not wrap our arms around.
We cross over to the South Island on the ferry tomorrow and the real scenic isolation will begin as we work our way further into the back country. For now, one last infusion of urban living as we spend the night waiting for the ferry in our "urban campsite"
We'll write you as we can,
John and Serena
... Conservation is trying desperately to kill the critters; even the warden in one
of the huts where we stayed while hiking hit up his nightly guests for
contributions to his own stoat trap purchase and placement program to benefit
the forest birds along nearby trails. Narrow rectangular stoat traps are
ubiquitous on New Zealand forest paths; on the famous Routeburn Track we saw a
trap every 100
meters or so.
And stoats are not even the only bane of ...
... cream and decided as far as city's go this was our favourite New Zealand city. After some dinner on Wellington's famous Cuba Street we headed back to the hostel to pack our things for the long journey back to Auckland the next day. The following day was spent traveling back to Auckland, a 10 hour bus journey via the National Park which bought back memories of our experience of the Tongariro trek. After checking into our hostel we had some nice dinner and relaxed in the hostel. The next ...
... excited and adrenaline pumped chanting songs and in the spirit of things. Then the races commenced, us lifeguards would try and guess which one would win, in the end I just predicted who'd lose and I seemed to do better guessing that way. It astounded me at how many kids couldn't swim and instead they would just walk/run across to the other side. I'm sure they would have been disqualified. I did see a few old tricks from my swimming days though...in ...
... driver. Not sure wether it was a scam or not we got on and for 150 baht he took us to our hostel. As recommended by Carl, we had a hostel on Kho San road, the place to be for the backpacker. By the time we got there it was dark and the street was buzzing! We dropped our bags and headed out to see what all the fuss was about. It was unlike any place I had ever been before. It was basically one street lined with clubs and restaurants amongst shops, then ...