Greens Motel Nelson
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... and we made a couple stops along the way. When we were on the boat the main thing I noticed was how pretty the water was. The water was probably the prettiest shade of blue that I have ever seen water, even better than Thailand!
We did a 7.5 km hike which was a good amount for the day. About halfway through there was a long suspension bridge, where we all had so much fun crossing it. On our hike we swam at two beaches; one called Sandfly beach (there were ...
Leisurely departure from Pakawau via Collingwood in search of recycling which didn't open until 1pm! Resulting in being given to Tim later. Missed out on morning coffee as next stop was Waikoropupu Springs, nz's largest fresh water springs coming from an underground cave system. They really were clear and a lovely blue.
What, another blog so soon? Why, yes! With lots of photos of ourselves being lazy on beautiful golden sand beaches. Life is hard. But before we get to all that, let's back up a step to where we left off in Takaka.
We had one more attraction to check out in the Golden Bay region, a little area called "The Grove." Turned out to be more than just trees. It was like the labyrinth we had ...
... shopping, but I was beginning to get ansy about not having spoken to Dennis in several days, plus being VERY behind on my writing,....so Francis was a sweetheart, and dropped me off back at the house, while they continued to shop. Wifi here is soooo difficult, and expensive, so it was a real treat to be able to log into their account and Skype Dennis and Mom. I wanted to call everyone else, but it was midnight at home, and they were ...
... Kyle and I are now back in Nelson. We are taking tomorrow off to plan out our next 3 weeks in the mountains of the South Island. We start the Richmond Range on Monday. We had a great experience crossing off our third Great Walk with our new German friends. Random fact: Abel Tasman National Park is the smallest of New Zealand's national parks, but is quickly becoming the most popular. The single most important thing Anton learned in Wisconsin: "Anything will burn if it's hot ...