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Travel Blogs from Te Anau
... the yellow sand. The beach itself was also really beautiful and very long and sandy – if we had not needed to travel so far in the day we would have liked to take a stroll in the sun along its entire length, but settled for about 15 minutes or so of walking up and down. It was a really beautiful spot and reminded us a bit of the Caribbean beaches we have visited.
Following this we returned to our car and headed about another 15 or so minutes down the road to a ...
... fell ******* his front and the 'father' dragged him up by his hood and was just laughing at this poor kid who was crying his eyes out and clearly in pain! It made me sooo angry, what a complete tosser!! I really wish I had seen to that poor kid… something just didn’t feel right!! Why do some people even have kids they do not deserve them!!
In 2 hours we drove to Te Anau and booked onto the Glow Worms Cave Tour which started at 2pm and cost us $75 ...
We loved our trip to the Doubtful Sound, definitely one of the New Zealand highlights!
... close quarters with another person. Thankfully though, Mum has been a great person to share the van with. And no, her snoring doesn't bother me too much, as her insistence on early starts makes me so tired in the evenings I'm asleep before my head hits my strange makeshift bed. There have been several minor arguments (more like me shouting at Mum and she choosing not to respond) but mostly we have managed to get on fine. That being said, I think it is the driving that causes the ...
... A couple of big, sugary teas sorted us out. Strangely, we were once again the only people to be pitching a tent, putting it up in a patch of AstroTurf/gravel/waterlogged mud in the pouring rain. We held out hope though: the only reason we had ridden the big detour north to Milford is that the forecast for tomorrow is bright sunshine. We dumped all our gear in the blessed drying room and then chatted to a couple from Melbourne who are enjoying a pretty special, ...