Picton Beachcomber Inn
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- Swimming pool
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Here we are at the end of January 2014. Where has the time gone? How have we managed to 'do' South island in 2 weeks? But we have, oh and the memories. This blog doesnt even scratch the surface of the fun weve had or the many places weve seen. Ive read weve travelled over 19,000 km. Peter was aghast at that 'stat' then realised it included FLIGHTS …
... way back Will gave us a tow as the wind had got up. Vics rather regretted swapping kayaks to us when we had a few close encounters with the reeds! A really great experience and memorable morning. After lunch Chris & Nia went cherry picking. We spent the rest of the day sorting out packing all of our stuff for the train journey to Christchurch on Sunday. Photos to ...
... a new one for us – we have sailed early morning and we have, usually, sailed around midday. It will be wonderful if we get a lovely sunset as we sail through Queen Charlotte Sound on our way to Wellington – and so far it looks good – the sun is shining and there is very little cloud.
See you in the North Island.
... I could teach her to kayak but as is the way with New Zealand the weather took a turn for the worst and basically didn't stop raining for 2 days. We made the most of the bad weather by visiting some hot springs and going to the cinema to watch The Hobbit (again). I left Vicky and began to make my way South with a few planned stop overs. My first stop was Hobbiton, for a tour of the movie set where they filmed the hobbit holes during both The Lord ...
... Shark is also a
very tasty white meat and apparently is the fish most commonly used as fish and
chips. When you order fish and chips if you don’t specify the species then you
get shark. Apart from eating the gorgeous seafood that also included scallops
and hapuku - the latter is a bit like an oyster and is also very delicious –
lots of fun was had on the water as well. The Irish were well represented in
the water by Richard Power ...