Bay Of Many Coves
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- Swimming pool
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... Picton from the community of Waikawa. It’s about a 2 hour run to get there and back, and we’ve both done it several times.
We’ve also been working on our culinary skills. There is a roster for making dinner every week, so all of the backpackers take turns. Liam has made a wonderful curry, and a stunning stuffed pumpkin. Orla has made lasagna, as well as a ...
I woke up, showered and had breakfast quickly then checked out of the caravan park and drove to the ferry terminal. I had to be there to get on the ferry an hour before hand. I parked the ute then walked in to the check in hut and checked in picked up my ticket. I walked backed to the ute and drove on to the ferry, I was told to park up the end of the ferry because I was one of the first cars on the ferry. After parking the ute I walked to the ...
... over from their summer mountain
biking to their winter ski stuff, so perhaps time it better than we
did, with many shops no longer renting bikes and the gondola in
Queenstown no longer lifting bikes up to the top (frustratingly for
Paul!) Don't expect too much in Christchurch – it's crazy how much
the big quake is still effecting them with rubble and building
YEEEEEAAAAAAA!!!! Just everything. Paul
says especially the bungee! ...
... in one big wave train we got swamped, filled up with water and sank! We saw no other people on the river, just a kingfisher, cormorants, the endangered blue duck, and other birds we didn’t know the names of. After paddling for 50km, over 7 hours, we stopped at a small DOC campsite, just a grass clearing on a ledge a brief climb up above the flood line, equipped with a long-drop toilet, a fresh rainwater tank, a small shelter and picnic table. We hauled the canoe out, set ...
... hotel which we chose because of the washer/dryer. It's a block from the harbor and has a balcony with a great view. We walked up to Cuba Street which is where the music and nightlife is for an early dinner. Now normally at this stage, I like to comment on the fashion. South Island had been definitely outdoor athletic wear everywhere you went. People all dressed as if they were heading out to the bush in a few minutes for a 2 day ...