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... too lazy to drop the pack, get the sandals, put them on, walk across, drop the pack, take off sandals, put boots back on... etc. So I walked across barefoot. Auuhaauhaaauwch! Why do I always do this? I know it hurts like hell: ice cold water and rocky surface, and still I do it. Anyway, put the boots back on only to come across another little stream not 500m further on. Luckily this one had a couple of big rocks in it so I just skipped across. I reached a sign ...
11 JanuaryColin has a thick head the morning. He slept through a car/house alarm that kept going off in the night.
After breakfast by the river we pack up and head for Waikawa where we have booked a cabin for 2 nights (54 dollars). It is only 27 miles so we stop at Pickton to kill some time. The weather is fantastic and the same is just like a lake. Janet is driving today as col is feeling ...
Relaxing drive from Motueka on Saturday - we're getting used to the windy mountain roads. Stopped in Havelock to see the Mussel Cafe - see picture below. We didn't eat here as it was a little early for lunch so we popped across the road to Dellie's Cafe for a coffee and cake - quite a strange cafe where you could sit in a chintzy wicker chair but had to have your coffee in a takeaway ...
... It was good, but nowhere near as good as Hawkes Bay. One of the wineries visited was Framingham, named after the founders home at Framinghan Manor in Norfolk. Small world or what? We are on our own tomorrow and will hit a few of our favourites. To say one is spoiled for choice would be an understatement. There are vines as far as the eye can see backed by statuesque mountain ranges. It is quite a sight. I'll update you tomorrow if I can see straight enough to ...
... up whenever". Bear in mind we have not ever met these people, they have not even spoken to their daughter about us, how amazingly refreshing, the trust and open house mentality. We ended up spending the weekend with this amazing family, who revelled in the outdoor life and lived on over 10 hectres of land. As well as spending time just sharing stories, I was taken on my first hunt, taking down a handful of Possums (a real pest to farm land, crops and natural ...