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... rain and the whole place was just beautiful.
On the way home, we stopped on the Wallaceville Hill Rd to view the blanket of snow on the tops of the Tararuas, and to watch the little black pukekos (birds something like moorhens at home) scratching about in the fields. My brother-in-law says they are pests as they destroy too much of the fields, but I love ...
Hi Rohan and I are about to set of on our trip. If you want to check in on us I will be doing regular updates. Once in the blog if you click on (email me on updates ). On right hand side under Heather profile. you will be notified every time I add something. Cheers Heather and ...
... there were Indian and Chinese restaurants just a 5 minute walk and we quickly found a hole in the wall Indian called Curry Heaven, and it was. It seemed to be mostly take-aways, but we were offered a table and we made quick work of ordering.
The food was fantastic!
We then went back to the room and we were both tired so used up Wi-Fi and paid for more and then went to sleep.
I wanted to leave early the next day so we made the ferry check in on time.
... to reverse the Fergburger effect). Met a couple of people in our hostel walking the whole of the South Island - takes about two and a half months - now that is a walk! Have to be pretty dedicated to take that on, we're not even sure if the Milnes could handle it! The next day we got picked up by Grant the friendly bus driver and arrived in the Mount Cook national park mid morning. Unfortunately the weather wasn't great so we couldn't actually see Mount Cook. There was so much ...
... where we had arranged to hire a canoe and camping equipment for an expedition down the Whanganui river. Whanganui National Park is one of the most remote areas in New Zealand, covered in untouched bush, as the rest of the country would have been before European settlers cleared and farmed it. It is accessed only by a few bush tracks or by boat. The river winds through a soft sandstone canyon, the rock walls full of seashells and carved into incredible shapes and patterns ...