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... where we could relax and get an early night before tomorrow's early departure.
For those that might be interested, we drove a total distance of 2,295 km
The car had an average fuel efficiency of 9.9 litres per 100 km. (Interestingly, the best fuel efficiency was on the day I was probably driving the fastest, but I probably shouldn't say ...
... with a very thoughtful look on his face and like the others refused to tell me anything, saying I should “go and see for yourself” and I’m so glad I did. Words and speech cannot do this place justice, it’s impossible to describe Gloriavale properly and fully without having visited. If you are ever in NZ, take a trip there and your mind will be blown.
On the journey back Steve continued with the facts, his opinions and also ...
... Florida who have fled Hurricane Sandy and many many more!
me and Ben decided that after painting a dorm room that we would head
off on a walk down to the beach and harbour. The walk itself wasn't that
interesting (about an hour long) but the destination was ...
... yummy chicken sandwiches with lovely views but it was windy as usual. The we started driving down the west coast which was beautiful in the sun luscious greenery and jagged rocks popping out of the sea with the waves clashing around them it was stunning, supposedly one of the top ten coastal drives in the world. Then after our lovely drive we arrived at pancake rocks a ...
... departed the pancake rocks and headed into Greymouth. Not too much to say about Greymouth except that after the gold rush started to die down and make towns dry up, Greymouth was able to survive due to coal deposits that were found in the surrounding area. Other than that, the town was a decent size for the population it has, but again, not much to get up to here.
One thing that we where able to do though was the ...