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... of the West Coast and the Central Otago peaks condensed into a relatively small area. And there are waterfalls everywhere. Unfortunately the rain was coming and going all day, and many of the tops were shrouded in cloud and mist. Sometimes this made it all look quite dramatic and ethereal, but at other times it was frustrating not being able to see the whole vista - they must look absolutely stunning in clear weather.
A picnic lunch was taken back at The Cove, familiar rock pools explored...
.and to our horror we realised we had mistakenly nicked bits of someone else's lunch supplies out of the guesthouse fridge, along with our own legit ones....oooooops !
Lastly a short stroll up the hill ...
... dog and said, “Aaaaarrrrrghh” – which we supposed was local hillfarmer talk for “get away from those nice people with your bottle cap!”
"He’s lovely!” we said perkily, all ready for a good old chin-wag about the joys of Border Collies with an authentic Scottish shepherd.
"Aaaaaaaarrrrrgggghhh!” he replied.
We read some information boards on the waterfront which told us we were in the heart of ...
... one which was very clear. It was erected by the parish for the minister upon his death, it was for a Rev. John McDougall. He had been the minister for 39 years and had died in 1871. That means he would have been the minister of this church when James and Mary were married there having commenced as minister in 1832. As a McDougall he may well have been Mary's brother as he started as minister when she was 24. A picture of the headstone is ...
... We are staying in hostels so this will be pretty easy!
Go with the flow! I am a devoted planner! Everything has to be planned to the last hour and with my love of making lists, following itinerates and sticking to strict times – going with the flow will be hard! Our plans are never going to be set in stone (and ...