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Our planned route made Nelson our next stop. However once we got there, we were underwhelmed by the place as it's main features seem to be a drive-thru KFC, giant Burger King and a multitude of car garages. Yawn.com. We parked up and decided to stretch our legs and also pop into the local cinema as we have all been waiting for an opportune moment to watch the latest Hobbit film. As luck had it, there was a screening just about to start, so ...
got to know kiwi sam.
he is a med student and from dunedin.
he studied one year in blenheim.
we went 3 times climbing in monkey bay. and spend climbing holiday in golden bay together.
its nice to have a kiwi friend, he also invited me to his farwell party.
he left nz now to do some travelling for 3 month in india.
... day tour (we opted for the 3 hour one) who were at lunch and were taken together to winery number two, Villa Maria. We were greeted by a very enthusiastic lady who told us about the family run company and who took us through the tasting process once more. Ed got to have a taste of his favourite dark reds, whilst Kate ended up swapping her glasses of Syrah (Shiraz to us!) and Cabernet Sauvignon with Ed when he'd finished his. We left here with two bottles under ...
... slip inn at the yacht club....so many yachts for a small town...lovely views....pittwater is nothing compared to this...our first view of the sounds! Amazing...miles and miles of natural parkland and islands and water...so protected for sail and motor boats! We were told that people from Christchurch and Wellington moor their boats here! Not surprising! Thanks to Liz again, we drove the coast road...Queen Charlotte Drive ...
... doubled backed to Georges Michel. No, not the French equivalent of the erstwhile Wham! singer but a Gallic producer with a rather nice restaurant. We plumped for two platters with four matching wines. The Syrah was super! Was there time for more? The nearby Giesen had some promising wines but the hosts seemed rather busy and we didn't seem to have their full attention. We left without buying anything but did pick up a tip: visit No. 1 for some fizz. All their sparkling wines are ...