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... and then another five minutes later, the next one just popped up! Clever little penguins. Anyway, we bloody loved it and spent the whole time oooohing and aaaaahing. Unfortunately as it was so dark, we didn't really get any good photos... so we just leave you to your imagination on this one! Or get yourself down to Timaru yourselves and see these little fellas in the flesh! Thanks Linda for the tip! She's full of good tips, that Linda. The ...
... boarded the ship, a group of NZ folk dancers sent us off with a lively performance that had a celtic ring to it.
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Dinner tonight was our 1st reserved dinner in one of two upscale restaurants (Signatures), although I would say that all of the food services are quite upscale. The food has been excellent - too excellent! The quality and availability ...
... Cali, but one is from India and the Other originally from Connecticut. They had just ended a 87 day walk from the northern tip of the North island (Cape Reinga) to the Southern most tip of the South Island (Stewart Island). I admired their journey and picked their brain a bit. They did the entire walk in sandals Dan had made them and their tale will become a short film they are making. The two also made the front page of ...
... We got picked up in Fairlie by the rafting company who took us to our accommodation for the night, which is also the base of Rangitata rafts. We had been delayed a little so things had to go fast. We checked in, got out our stuff, went to the back room for a short briefing by Owen - basically telling us in which order we were to put our gear on and introducing all the guides. I was a little overcome by a feeling of deja-vu: on the glacier five years ago, there was not one ...
... boats), and off we shot to look at all the icebergs from seriously close. But no problems. I've seen Titanic, and it wasn't like that. But really fascinating to see close up, and hear how the icebergs happen. Then off to the far end of the lake, to get close up and personal with the business end of the Tasman glacier. Not too close though, as the glacier has a shelf extending about 20 metres forward under the water. And new icebergs can be formed ...