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... Good for them. After that we come back to the hostel and just chill for the rest of the night and talk about what we're gonna do tomorrow. Day 2: Wake up at like 8 or something. Earlier than what I'm used to. Canada found a hike we can go on so we drive that way. We drove up this huge mountain on these sweet windy roads and then we go to a beach where people were surfing and the hike went around that mountain. The hike was dope. You obviously can't describe all of ...
... warm and the walk took us about 4 hours. Our accommodation was Endeavour Fishing Lodge, which consisted of little cabins just off the track. Most of the accommodation along the track is only accessible by walking the track itself, or by boat, therefore they all have their own jetty. Each day our bags were dropped off at the accommodation and each morning we had to leave them on the jetty to be picked up by the boat. We also had to take our own food so our 5 ...
... clouds developed into a very threatening sky. On the drive back to Blenheim we were caught un the most incredible hail storm which was so bad that we had to pull off the road next to a lemon grove. Very odd given that we spent the day sweltering in the beach ...
... meal," “meal in under an hour,” and “most creative” – to name a few.
Hopefully this short update will satisfy curiosity the same way that last night’s dinner satisfied our bellies. We’ll be sure to write again in a couple weeks once we finish up here, but in the meantime there’s not a whole lot else to say!
- Liam & ...
... like I would never be able to get to grips with the things they were teaching me. However, the very thing that intimidated me in the beginning turned out to be my saviour as I slowly but surely learned the basics of making wine from the wonderful people around me. What makes the wine industry for me so interesting and unique is that the people with the 'academics' also do the heavy lifting, and they wouldn't have it any other way. On my first day we had a tour ...