Lobster Inn Motor Lodge
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... We turned back from our aimless stroll to return to town and the coopers catch. Why were we so dead set on this restaurant? Fish and chips!! We ordered medium fish and a full scoop of fries (despite the woman's warning that it was a lot of food) there was no difficultly in consuming the amazing fish and chips, delivered in paper packaging, allowing you to open it up like a package, so yummy, so greasy, so yummy! Across the street ...
... to a large cliff and we could see straight out into the Pacific Ocean. It was unreal and incredible. Finally back down at sea level, we pulled over to take photos, listen to the tide crackle underneath the rocky beach and watch a surfer catch the waves. We were mesmerized for about ten minutes. We pressed on, wanting to reach Blenheim before dark, but found each turn more beautiful than the next so we stopped almost every 3-4 minutes! Driving into Oahu, there is a fur seal colony ...
... whisked back to Marahau. We both really enjoyed it and thankfully no aches or pains to impede paddling unlike the Greek experience ;) Sadly we packed up and it was time to leave this beautiful part of NZ. It'd been really nice to stop a few days somewhere rather than the usual pressure to feel we must move on. On the recommendation of a guy we met yesterday we followed the Mouteka River and headed south west for 2 hours to Saint Arnaud and ...
... up to be fantastic. Maybe the Andes have spoilt me. Or maybe it was the rain, which I may have to get used to as the west coast is known for its very heavy rain showers (they have 2575mm rain a year).
Just outside Greymouth Peter visited an old mine site with suspension bridge.
We finally arrived in Greymouth on the west coast just in time for Peter to go on a brewery tour of Monteiths which dates back to 1868. The tour ends with the usual tasting of ...
... the wind whilst going uphill - you feel like you're working hard to stand still a lot of the time! We were all in double kayaks, and whilst Ruby had Gabe in hers to basically do most of the work, Sepideh and I weren't so lucky and had to muster up all the strength and determination we had to get back close to shore at times! We ended up having to call on our ...