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... Te Anau. More beauty, an absolutely jaw dropping sunrise (my bus was at 6:50..barf.) and then I found my woof host! It’s an awesome spot and she actually lives in town but has a blueberry farm out on top of this nearby mountain where the views of the mountains are INSANE! We drove out there and spent the day weeding, but it was the fastest day of work I’ve ever experienced because all I could do was drool over the view as I pulled weeds. So cool.
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... and chatted to some of the students who were from Indiana Uni and had just done the Hump Ridge Walk and were moving on. They are here until May. We set off just before 8.30 and the temperature was 1degree! Pretty cool with low cloud and even though the sun was shining it was COLD! The views while driving were stunning with mountain ranges dusted with snow. We stopped at the Suspension Bridge built in 1899 and was a feat ...
... there is no equivalent to our senate. No lobbying of any kind is allowed and elections are held every three years with proportional representation. Several seats are held for the Maori party. There have a fabulous national museum that we also toured and we both commented on the difference when you have a knowledgeable guide show you around. As we were only there two nights hard to get a real sense of the city, but did seem like a very nice small city with lots ...
Reisen ist Leben, wie umgekehrt Leben Reisen ist. Jean Paul Went through an amazing rainforest on the Kepler track. Passed a spot of the movie "Lord of the Rings", but could not realize it as a part of it. All of the landscapes here rememberes to this movie. Some nice locals decided to take me with them to Wanaka. So I drove with their green Jaguar, which had light brown ...
... van is that you can walk from front to back without getting out. Didn't take long to get used to the size of the van and all the bits and pieces in. It. Though we did learn that it's a good idea to lock the side door especially when you go round a corner. Luckily nothing fell out.
Peter loves his new wheels and is convinced this is the forward for him. While I love it too, not As convinced but rapidly growing on ...