Bay Vista Waterfront Motel
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... was tough work but we got some more nice views out on to the Sounds and the really turquoise water. Back at the campsite, Anja picked another 10 mussels and forced me to eat one – it was slimy and salty but again we both survived. It was quite fortunate, as there was only 1 toilet in the campsite and around 12 other cars so it could have been a complete disaster.
On the Friday, we went to Havelock and boarded the Pelorus Sound Mail Boat. ...
... ferry ride in the world and it was without doubt. Foot ball world cup was shown on ferry and people had amazing time over there. Nevertheless food served was brilliant.
Due to off season most of the wine factories were closed and we couldn't visit.
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Most expected segment of this trip - "South Island". Toyota "Prado" was our decision to be our partner for rest of the trip. Piction was very silent and slow ...
... on provisions involved a drive to Blenheim an hour and halfs drive away. The tramp along Queen Charlotte track provided more stunning views with a 360 view from the Ohmanu lookout. Lots of enchanting bird song from a large yellow bird (sorry no idea on the name) Arriving back in Picton at 4 we thought we should make a hasty visit to Blenheim for a little wine tasting. By the time we reached there it was gone 4.30 and ...
... We arrived in Nelson which is the largest town we have been in on the South Island, strange to see more people and traffic but still very quiet by UK standards. Wednesday we set off for Picton , had our daily elevenses on the way then set off again along the Queen Charlotte Drive for the stunning drive through mountains and along the Queen Charlotte Sound. About 15 minutes into the drive Malc checks that he has his iPhone but no he ...
We left Motueka in a sunny morning and decided to stop over in Nelson for a stroll and lunch. Although not very big, this town is quite prolific, situated between orchards and high quality vineyards in the Marlborough area.
We headed towards Picton in order to catch our ferry to Wellington the next morning. We went through many vineyards, many with names we recognised ( ...