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... the flood route. We decided to risk it and go the normal route which meant wading through a river waist deep and scaling rocks for a couple of hours. Really fun and we were all soaked! Got to a really heavy flowing waterfall and we couldn't cross it as it was too dangerous so we had to turn around and head back (via the flood route). Went back to the hostel via the Hokitika Gorge which was disappointingly not as blue as normal due to the heavy ...
... the receptionist recommended this to us and said it was one of the best places in New Zealand for her, so here we are. And I cooked some rice and veg today it was yummy but I ate this alone as some people are so fussy and demand meat, however meat is not allowed anymore since so much goes to waste… Oh and guess who made the motorhome smell again with that FEET odour!! Some people rrraaaahhhh!
Great day today ...
... to turn the beast around kept me at it.
Finally I came to a place where it was too sketchy to keep driving. I had come too far to give up now, so on foot I went. I was finally greeted by a large stoney riverbed. At long last I got to the place I was aiming for - albeit, not the way I had expected.
I don't really think any of the photos I took there (in the riverbed) are going to set the world on fire. But the journey became more important than the destination. ...
... last, we got to the main pool where all the water fall. These falls were about 171 meters high so when the water hit the pool, it sent a gust of wind and spray everywhere. We battled it for a few great photos and videos before we turned into icicles. We willingly got soaked because we just accomplished an epic feat of strength (and luck)! Now, what goes up must come down. Or whatever the saying is. We began our slippery descent. It seemed a bit easier because we ...
... due to "house sit" somewhere in Whenuapai.
Gareth had finished work a month or so ago to spend time with Kerrie, a Canadian girl he met in Hawaii when there with us. Anyway, he went back to help Liam finish a contract for a couple of weeks then they headed off to Brisbane. A school mate, Don got married so that was the first one to bite the bullet.
Early April, Liam, Gareth, Kerrie and Simon headed to LA where Kerrie met friends before returning to ...