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... fast Francesca has said that she wants to see me again and I expressed the wish to go with her on. I even had to ask if she would be come up with to Myanmar. Because for the permit from Burma, I had to sign she too. All this within 4 days after we have seen us for the first time.
The fact that we are very far to the south, the sun sets is late and we relaxed in front of the tent.
The next day we ...
... his more bashful mate sat a little way off with her back turned. Walking out onto the headland we saw numerous seals basking in the sun on the beach or chasing each other in the edge of the sea. Another pair of penguins was spotted, one of which lay on its belly with wings extended as if simulating flight. Around the corner from these a seal had climbed onto ...
... to our first motel. It was a relief when the car rental and the motels were expecting us!
It has been since the mid 60's that I stayed at a place called The Twilight Motel, or something similar, but I think we are traveling the Kiwi version of Route 66 with vintage motels Our first 2 motels in New Zealand are clean, spacious but renovated motels right out of our childhood. We have several rooms, a kitchenette, a space heater and a small carton ...
... my family, but I decided she was probably right – I should fill up elsewhere. So now I needed to drain the campervan’s 100L water tank and flush it out and then refill it. Of course there is no bypass valve anywhere, so I had to turn on the shower and kitchen sink taps to completely empty the tank and then dump a second lot of "greywater". Once done, I filled the water tank at a more appropriate tap and 30mins later we were ready ...
... but what I did NOT like dear reader was the referee - he was dressed ALL in PINK! Well I ask you........? Any way after the usual chat with the locals it was time to get back to the camper van. Long journey tomorrow of some 315km into Christchurch. The last leg of our camper van adventure. By the way it is much warmer here at night than where we have been the last few days, and after the hot tub we may not need two quilts to keep us warm ...