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... we could see them rising steeply out of the flat, sometimes abruptly breaking free of the lowlands at a forty-five degree angle. We came upon a wide gorge whose eroding sides are fringed by tottering conifers, where the melt water rushes through in the spring. The boulders lining the massive course are bleached. The road crosses the gorge and river via two bridges. We pulled over here to get a closer look and were soon mesmerised ...
... s only complete Heritage Street. Then it was birthday tea time courtesy of Mrs I - thank you. This was our first proper meal out since being on our travels and it was amazing. We went to Fiddlesticks and enjoyed a seat outside in the sun, we had the sharing feast, steak, onion, cauliflower, roast spuds and asparagus. In the words of John Oats (our builder) every aspect was quality. We headed to Pak'nSave for our last supplies and drove to Lake Ellesmere for our final free ...
Leaving the North Island to go over to the South Island!
Driving from Whanganui to Pukerua Bay and staying over night at a friend's.
Back on the road from Pukerua Bay to Wellington to take the Ferry across to Picton. The ferry was 3hours long, but what a ...
... back into Methven and sized up for skis and clobber and while that was happening I was on the phone to the motorhome company asking advice about how to get things working. We solved the hot water problem, but the might-as-well-not-have-a-drainplug sink is still hopelessly slow. Maybe we can tackle that one some other day. Anyway by 10am were heading up the slope to Mt Hutt. I know when I use the word spectacular, there's going to be a lot of it on ...