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We left Hanmer Springs in the drizzle.
And we took the shortest route to Blenheim.
Originally we were going through the Molesworth Station but its 6 hours on gravel roads and the weather didn't lend itself to this sort of journey.
And if we had gone that way we wouldn't have met the sheep
... around. Christchurch used to be a pretty decently sized city until 2011 when an earthquake just straight ****** up the city area. It's essentially their version of Katrina in my eyes. So imagine a decent sized city center just full of abandoned and falling down buildings. It's eerie and sad to say the least. The graffiti art on the buildings was super cool though. There was one building amongst the construction still going strong. Calendar girls strip club takes no ...
... their third time doing so, and they said that New Zealand is perfect since they work from home. Since the time change is just three hours (and a day) from San Francisco, they work Tuesday through Saturday and log on as if they were in San Francisco. The other group we met at Moa were a couple of WOOFers. WOOF is an acronym that stands for "Working on Organic Farms," and farms in New Zealand will trade room and board for labor. Many of the wineries do ...
... Sounds. You walk all day (they call it tramping here) and stay in pre booked accommodation overnight before continuing the walk next day. A boat takes your luggage from one accommodation jetty to the next so you only have to carry a small rucksack with water and a packed lunch etc. The first day we were dropped off by the boat at Ship Cove which is where Captain Cook landed in the 1770's, and we walked about 10 miles to Endeavour Inlet. The weather was ...
... Dutch B&B owner, The Brigand Café Bar & Restaurant; another lovely meal of Gunard which was delicious and an end to a great day. Andy thought this was one of the nicest coastlines we had seen on our travels so far.Next day, had a lovely breakfast with a couple from San Diego and a Scotsman who informed us that we really did not want to miss Wharariki Beach, the most northern part of the South Island as we had been undecided whether it was worth the long drive.It definitely ...