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... operations and we saw evidence of this on our travels.Hanmer Springs is a pretty little town Alpine in atmosphere and was very quiet when we visited. We enjoyed spending a sunny warm morning at the thermal pools and met two very interesting couples, one Dutch (who like us were traveling so we shared stories of NZ South Island ); the other from Hawkes Bay on the North island who told us of his wine business which he sold to a big producer because they ...
... the autumn colours but very busy after the very quiet places we have been in the past week. It turns out this weekend is the Queen's Birthday weekend here so there will be heaps of people. We are told the park will nearly be full. We are used to having about six vans in total in the park in the last week because of the time of year.
We went for a walk down the street getting our bearings and out the other side of town and while doing so the ...
... and one couple from Canberra and another from Canada. The parks we have stayed in have all been 5 star and can't be faulted. They are all so clean providing us with well equipped kitchens, laundries and dining rooms. you don't really need a van with a shower and toilet. In fact we haven't used our shower at all but the toilet has come in handy. We have showered in the park showers in case you were wondering about our cleanliness habits! ...
NZ had been a wonderful experience and we had pretty much covered most of the country we wanted to see (apart from Christchurch which would be last and we would aim to get there on the 11th). We weren't sure what to do with our last few days so we headed for Malvern i-SITE. We were debating whether to head north of Christchurch to Kaikora. After much deliberating we opted against it. The main attraction ...
... we got through a big chunk of the trail. We rested after our tough day and were rewarded with cabin mates who shared their wine, whitebait, sausage and venison meat. Yum! Again, the only thing putting a damper on the night were the sandflies. They were ridiculous. I counted 36 sandfly bites...on my left hand alone. And we had forgotten bug spray. I reacted to the bites with large itchy welts, some full of fluid. I spent a sleepless night scratching my ...