Bay Of Many Coves
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... whale watching but you have to book a sail about 3 months ahead of your visit! Then onto Rangiora for my first house exchange on the South Island, with my exchange hosts Jennie and Paul next door to house I had.
Rangiora is about an hour north of Christchurch and also was a victim to the earthquakes in September 2010 and February 2011, so lots of open sites in the town centre waiting for planning agreement. The town sits in ...
... has been allowed to regenerate.
We had the option of an hour's walk to the top of Motuara Island with one of the guides or 20 minutes walk with the other guide and then a quick trip and 20 minutes to wander around Ship Cove. Court and I decided on the two for one deal. On Motuara Island we walked up to the water source where we sat quietly and let the birds come to us and lots of them did. Then we went to Ship Cove where Captain Cook stayed for several ...
... carefully, we continued on our way. The views were stunning, and it was hard to keep concentrating on steps rather than the landscape. We stopped for our usual sardine sandwich and fruit, and eventually arrived at Miners Camp in good time. This was the most adorable campsite, in an orchard with chickens and sheds everywhere. Our backpacks were awaiting us which was fantastic. The only other camper was a chap who had walked with Richard before we met up. ...
... 20 cm above the water and it is not possible to balance on a thin metal edge about 1/2cm wide it is easer to walk round it. There were some brightly coloured parrots and some frogs which we looked at before going the tank where the penguins were to see the fish feeding. The ray in the deep tank gulped down some big chunks of fish and ...
... sofa. Basil went over to sleep in his basket, Meg thought this was the moment to stroke him and he gave her a little bite! Aww poor Meg it was funny. Got up the next day and took the doggies on a walk. God it was so steep! Meggy did stuggle a little even the dogs were giving her the ‘come on meg you can do this’ Was very ...