Bay Of Many Coves
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... of mussels – there is unfortunately a limit of 50 mussels per person per day so we were limited on how many we (Anja) could eat. We decided that we didn’t actually have any need for 100 mussels and so only took 5 or so, and boiled them up. I kept well away, but Anja ate them and didn’t have any noticeable side-effects.
The next day we walked part of the Queen Charlotte track – another one of New Zealand’s famous ...
Early morning ferry to Picton has been booked. Last day with our highlander in north island. Just like Parking our own car, we parked the car and just "dropped" the key in the public key box. Everything was an experience which rarely can be found in east Asia.
A Blessing In Disguise:
Never expected the ferry to be like a cruise. It was massive in size and where public can take their vehicles in cruise to south island. It is suppose to be one of ...
... 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 ...
... sitting comfortably watching with interest as we drove past our previous location on the harbour front and of course the famous harbour camper van camp site as well. We got off by the information centre and followed directions to Te Papa.
We walked through the civic centre courtyard and across a wooden bridge spanning the harbour dual carriageway, and arrived in a waterside park beside the museum. We've taken a number of photos of the wooden bridge, both off it and on it ...
... a few minutes walk from all the main attractions but is basically a car park with electrical hook up and a small toilet/shower block, it's our most expensive site at $50 a night but worth it for the close proximity to the city. Good job we booked as it was full and unfortunately our German mates, who hadn't booked, couldn't get in. Ok we arrived later than planned but we still have a schedule to keep to so, as soon as we ...