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... stock from the Southern Island to the Northern one.
The 3,5 hours flew by really quickly as we gazed how the ferry manoeuvred in the fjords of the Souther Island, then watched Wall-E cartoon from the TV-s in then launch area and then had great meal at the cafeteria.
Wellington greeted us with ...
... the mail boat owners to do it). The current postman was a Scottish chap who I think was called Jim. He always goes out, rain or shine and with tourists or not. On our trip, there were probably 20 people onboard. The Friday trip is the most comprehensive, and goes all the way to the Outer Sounds. It was a really cool cruise, and you get some good commentary about the residents and how they survive with no mains electricity and no roads. There was a house ...
... time the other mornings and it was difficult joggling along. Then final preps and on the road again, seemed strange after 4 nights in one place. The route to Picton was different to the scenery so far, much dryer initially with lots of orchards, hop growing and general agriculture and straight roads. But as the journey went on we were back into hills, winding roads, tree covered hillsides (where they hadn't been logged),views down to inlets etc. We ...
... Goodrington Sands, the Polzeath, the Dickenson Bay, the Bondi Beach of beaches. However, being New Zealand there is still plenty of room for everybody and free parking all day. The beach is beautiful, golden sand, clear water, a couple of picturesque little islands, boat tours, kayaks, sailing etc. Out came our sun loungers, on went
the sun cream and armed with sunnies, Kindles and towels we settled in for the day. Oooh, it was lovely, just lying there soaking up the ...
... of traffic and very cloudy and cold - welcome to North Island. The drives to Uppper Hutt took about 1 hr - our campground is one where they filmed several scenes from Lord of the Rings and they even have a big piece of wood which supposedly was from the forest where Gandolph set off.
We sat catching up on our travels but the rain came down - time to retreat to our vans. Oh the joys of camping.