Greens Motel Nelson
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... clean the fleece by hand and pick out the smaller stuff, plus if it's fleece from a baby then it's much softer which means EVERYTHING sticks to it..and I mean everything. Then it gets sent to the processor, who cards it and transforms it into these big rolls of wool, which come back to Fay, who can then felt it. She makes some really amazing work though, check out her website it's AWESOME! http://www.altnaharraalpacas.com/commis sions-posted-worldwide.html As for ...
A magical part of the world, only 1 hour driving and 30 minutes on a boat from our home. This is a spot called Glasgow bay. Glasgow bay is a beach in the Abel Tasman that is the last or one of the last remaining private beaches in the Abel Tasman.
"In 1908 John Glasgow built a whare in what became Glasgow’s Bay, at the north end of Torrent Bay. At that time T ...
... this whole area. Cool to be able to get close up to the glacier but had we been there just 10 years ago our walk would have been a good 500 metres less! The reduction of the glacier is happening at an alarming rate.
Having recharged the driving batteries we continued our journey northwards and got to Franz Josef Glacier area by about 6pm. Sadly it was too late to take another walk there that evening so we checked into our accommodation and ...
... under my control. Annie asked me to lead, rightly thinking that this responsibility and machismo would keep my legs moving. We made it back to the start and I suggested that we went to a restaurant we were considering for our evening meal to case the joint and get one or two refreshing glasses of beer. Lucky we did go as we discovered that this restaurant was a burger van without a drinks licence. We beat a hasty retreat. Tomorrow- a day of ...
... sunshine. We were let off the bus for walks and we did get to see lots of seals laying on the rocks below.
So Christchurch used to be this awesome cool city to visit. But two years ago they were hit by a pretty massive earthquake. New Zealand, which is full of mountains and volcanoes of course is all full of fault lines. I feel like anywhere beautiful is prone to especially bad natural forces like fires and ...