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... our tarp and bivi bag shelter for the first time, using the split paddle from the kayak as tarp poles (see picture!). The tarp is basically just a single sheet that provides a bit of wind and rain cover, we have bivi bags to protect our sleeping bags from getting wet, and a roll matt each on the floor – and that’s that! We spent the rest of the evening eating ...
... deliver us bad news: some careless fellow had plowed his door into the side of our rental car, inspected his work, left his mark and went on his way with no note. Our informer kindly provided us details, but unsure of how this will eventuate.
The drive into Kaikoura was inspiring. Shades of the Great Ocean Road back home and Cape of Good Hope road in South Africa. Winding roads, crystal clear bright blue water, tunnels, and even the bonus of overlooking Whitecap mountains ...
... going to another shearing show tomorrow so we needed to get to bed early. 23/02/2014 We got up at 6am and had breakfast, said our goodbyes to Donna and Jock and got on the road to Pahiatua show. The show starts at 8am and Hef needed to grind his comb before. The heats started early as there was no woolhandling. Hef had a poor shear and was next into the semi-final. He was really gutted but accepted he had a poor shear and we went for breakfast. We phoned Dawn ...
... Tasman Sea on the west side of NZ and the Pacific Ocean on the east.
We arrive at Picton and stop at a Lookout to survey the scene below us which shows a huge timber plant full of neatly cut tree trunks, then on around the final headland to the main port where the ferries arrive and depart from Wellington on the North Island of NZ. With plenty of time before our sailing, we stop off at the Info Centre for a map of the area to help us on ...
... array of Orchard fruit in Season (plums, cherries, strawberries and Blueberries) as well as some goats cheese and hazelnuts (the next addition to our Xmas). We had a drink (Doug had Chilli hot chocolate and Sarah a homemade Blackcurrant drink) then headed to the Marlborough Museum. Here, we saw a Wine Exhibition which was very interesting. It showed how Wine arrived in the region (Brancott Estate introduced grapes) and how the local wineries had done ...