Bay Of Many Coves
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... who had emigrated many years ago and recently relocated from Christchurch. Their light golden retriever 'Morgan' the image of Jem to look at with a few of her idiosyncrasies too. We carried on the drive that took in some stunning scenery with the back drop of tiny inlets, sandy beaches and forest. At Te Mahia we had a coffee stop in a secluded bay set high above the inlet. The owner of the small cafe said that to ...
... in stunningly beautiful scenery.
we are staying in a lovely motel with lawns leading down to the water a couple of miles outside of town. We did a good walk today with yet more stunning views although it was another exceedingly hot and sunny day. after a late lunch of delicious fish cakes in Picton we then went for a scenic drive a little further around the ...
... 2 guys from england (didn't get the name), a finnish girl (Rita) and one from china, who called herself 'Pinky'(Chinese often take a english name when travelling abroad. It probably sounds better in chinese :P). The best moment was when one of the english guys made a remark about the bedding 'Anyone else has a ****** bed?' and almost at the same time, everyone replied things like 'yes', 'yup', 'ehuh' and the like. Great team-building :)
... are interdisciplinary and interactive, and they have many dynamic events and education programmes as well as have thriving commercial enterprises, including a publishing division, conference operations, and retail stores. Truth be told it was very bitty and didn't really flow in any sort of order but it was still something to do and killed some time. I also met up with a family friend who lives and works in Wellington so that was really nice to have a chat and ...
... we didn't really do too much on the ferry. Kim napped whilst I wrote the blog and then we went outside for the final thirty minutes of the crossing to see our arrival into Wellington.
After we had disembarked the ferry, we got stuck on Wellington's one way system for a it, before eventually finding somewhere to park and check in to the hostel. The room wasn't ready, so we dumped the bags and made our way down ...