Beaches Motor Inn
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... a huff and drove out to the campsite (not before we picked up some vodka and chocolate to recover from a stressful day).
Day 19: We met Bernie (a friend from Dundee) for brunch at Fidel's, was lovely to see a familiar face. We then set off on the 3 hour ferry journey on the Cook Straight to the South Island. We arrived in Picton and drove for a little while until we came to a campsite at Aussie Bay. Discovered a ...
We got back from bandeoke at 2am and had to be up for 5.30 to get to the ferry for 7. Suffice to say, nobody felt very clever after these decisions. Luckily the ferry had lots of empty seats which we could lie horizontally on. The first half of the ferry was spent reminiscing over the night before but soon we could see the mountains of the South Island so sat outside for a while to watch it as it was so beautiful. We were ...
... br> The Grove a short walk through the forest to a great look out across the farmland and estuary and The Labyrinth a walkway/path through the limestone filled with curiosities mostly children's toys from crackers and cereal boxes
The day was rounded off with red wine, fish and chips and a log fire - perfect, oh and a spot of table tennis for those keen beans Sue and Manders!
On day two of the Whistle Stop tour we managed to take in even more ...
... of the night! In the morning we had the free breakfast! Not the first to offer it but by far be best so far. Everything from tea and coffee, toast and various spreads and a selection of cereals. We decided to do the walk to the centre of New Zealand - playing on the swings first! The walk was basically a hike up a rather steep hill which we did and at the top celebrated with lunch! We then walked back through ...
... you reach open sea. Usually it is very rough but we were again lucky...the waves were only up to 2 meters and you could not feel a lot of shaking...lucky us...even when the waves were low, the wind was quite taff...nevertheless I stayed all 3 hours on deck as I wanted to spot some Orcas (we had just missed them in Kaikoura by 1 day...) The ferry trip was nice but I did not spot any Orca. Then, when we even already entered the harbour of Wellington we suddenly saw a ...