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Zane & Owen returned with nothing in toe. Didn't shoot a deer but there is still time. Had fish & chips 4 dinner. Took it to their church. Watched 'holy ghost' movie at ness's parents 4 church. Was interesting. I watched more bones with ...
... On the ferry I noticed a pack with a strange golf club shape bag strapped to it. It ended up being a fishing rod and one of the independent walkers was trying their luck with the trout. Walking along we encountered arrows on the path. Initially we thought it was someone saying "Check out the view" which was magnificent. Later I encountered an absolutely stunning native American ...
... art complete with humour and anecdotes. We learnt about the landscape, the history and the wildlife. We then headed to the opening when the Sound exits into the Tasman Sea. The wind was hitting the boat really hard coming in off the sea and we were bouncing about. A rather green gilled Hazel bravely fought the urge to show our fellow sailors had breakfast and we turned and headed back into the Sound and calmer waters. We headed for Stirling Falls, a large ...
... considering the weather and the underfoot conditions. We battled snow, ice, wind, hail, rain and everyone managed to complete it. We did meet a lot of groups who had turned back as it was too much for them. So Team Stray were very thankful to our bus driver who picked us up to take us back to our accommodation when he produced an eski full of beer for us to celebrate! This was by no means the last beer drank that day. As a group of us went out that night to ...
... we could listen to the Sound in its natural state. They called it the Sound of Silence but you could hear all the waterfalls (not as loud as normally because they've not had rain for 23 days) and all the birds. On the way back to the wharf we circumnavigated Roller Island and saw a penguin! A very rare fiordland crested penguin. Back at Manapouri after a coach and ferry, we jumped in the car and headed for Te Anau, another pretty place. ...