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... We had a good half hour climbing across the boulders and drift wood that had got stuck, luckily we didn’t get wet!
Tonight’s campsite is a DOC campsite which we finally found at the end of a 10km long unsealed road in the Canaan Downs – its freezing here but we’ve spent the evening cooking, drinking tea, and trying to take some pictures of the cool cloud formations which are backlit by the moon on an otherwise crystal clear ...
... find a Chinese takeaway. We eat our sweet and sour in the camper, near a phone box so we have access to the internet. When it's a reasonable time in the morning back in the UK, Kirsty calls (Skypes) her sister Katie to wish her happy birthday.
The call is cut short however by a dodgy internet connection. Bloated from the large Chinese dinner and tired from a days paddling on the sea we drive along to a village called Wakefield and park up for the night in a reserve beside a ...
... from pick up to drop off at the hostel, was over in about an hour. If it cost half as much I would have done it twice! Maybe with extra gloves the second time around, it was flippin' freezing. We spent the afternoon in the Abel Tasman Park walking along the coast. Apple Tree Bay was so calm and quiet and sunny that we took our shoes off and went paddling. It felt about 2'C! But it was a nice end to a pretty ...
... side with hundreds of black swans, and then across to the more exposed Northern beach.
Tonight we are back at our much loved Pohara. Col has had another feed of mussels and we had chicken on the bbq with spuds and some fresh green beans (bought at a roadside stall - $2.50 for a giant bag of them) cooked with lemon and garlic.
... is a vast, narrow sand spit at the northernmost tip of New Zealand’s south island. At 35kms, it is the longest natural sandbar in the world. It is also a seabird sanctuary, providing homes to nearly 90 seabird species. This protected area is considered a Wetland of International Significance. We walked around within the 4kms that are open to visitors and saw the beautiful sand dunes as well as countless flocks of sea birds hanging out in the shallow waters. ...