Heartland World Heritage Hotel
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... seas accented by flashes of brilliant lightning under black skies.
We eventually did make our way to Haast, but decided to drive past to Jackson bay just to see the end of the west coast trail. It really was a less than amazing end point but beautiful in its own way. A small quaint fishing town surrounded by a familiar craggy coastline and those typical gray seas. We decided to head to Wanaka across the Haast pass. This ...
Later on, I visited a tree top walk and observed the life high up in the forest.
When I arrived Hokitika, the sun came out and the forest lit up in its best colors.
The next day, I visited the Hokitika Gorge and the Lake Kaniere.
In the evening, I enjoyed the beautiful sunset at sunset point.
... the blowholes. Most people just stay one night and do the pancake rocks. On 11/29 I went on a hike following the pororari river track, inland pack track, cave creek and back to the punakaiki river track. Cave creek has ... a cave and ... a creek going into it. I didn't feel like getting waist high water wet so i didn't go ...
... a 20min flight was going to be megabucks, but Donna got a much better deal – still the same megabucks but for a 30min flight this time that covered both the Fox Glacier and Franz Joseph Glaciers, so we booked it for 11.15am. Since we had about 1.5hrs to go we sat down excitedly in the café and had morning tea and charged up all our devices at a power point. New cloud cover was slowly coming in from the sea, but it stayed pretty low, so it was hopefully ...
... a rival tribe was coming through the town so the villagers packed up and left and all that was left over was food scraps in the oven so the town is actually called in Maori foods scraps in oven! How ridiculous! To break up the journey we stopped off at a seal colony and watch them from a viewing platform where they were frolicking around but mostly sleeping in the sun, once we arrived to ...