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... there, so I crossed that off my list. But then, I realized I had gotten REALLY excited about the idea of going to Bali. Yes, Cairns and diving on the reef would have been super cool, but Bali just sounds SO beautiful and Mary told me there are temples EVERYWHERE! So I was pretty disappointed when I thought I wouldn't be able to go.
So I was talking to my friend Rachael back at the plum orchard a couple ...
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... in the middle of nowhere. People just swimming in the water below surrounded by native plants and trees. Pictures don't do justice! So happy to have stumbled across this place! great way to end our day! Back up we went Takaka Hill to head back and keep going down the west coast, where we saw a sign for Harwoods Hole. So we went to see what it was about, and it ended up being a sketchy drive on a gravel road ...
... attraction!) so we carried on to Nelson. In Nelson it rained. So we decided to go further, up and over the Takaka Hill to the town of Takaka.
Today was occupied with a trip to the northern end of the South Island, Farewell Spit. Our first stop was at Te Waikoropupu Springs, reputed to be one of the clearest springs in the world with a visibility of over 60m deep. Unfortunately it was windy ...
... they have had over 500 people walk along this beach each day. Thank goodness we came at the tail end of the season - only about 20 all up today.
We were pretty tired by the time we had walked out again and back to the camper. Five hours walking was about an hour too much. But it was a lovely hike and has made us want to explore the other bays up the coast, hopefully by kayak if we can arrange it.
We decided ...