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... bad been hitting we got a decent
show even at lower tide.
On the road again, we drove down to Greymouth - the home of Monteiths
Brewery. A short tour and some free drinks later ($22 for a tour and
4 free drinks is excellent value!), we had experienced the brewery
and had a wander around the town.
Various lagoons, lakes, beaches and roadside eggs later, we arrived in Franz
Josef. One of the most famous stops for all tourists, Franz Josef is
home to one ...
... along side of me, I was distracted from the pain by several big mammals who really wanted to play! Well, at that point I hoped that was what they wanted to do. Not eat me...you never know whats really up when youre floating around in the ocean...They told us how to attract the dolphins by vocalizing and squeeling through the snorkel mask. We could also dive down into the water which was a sign of play or swim in circles with them. So, there i was, swimming along the top of ...
... and a walk around the waterfront to Oriental Bay had us discovering one of Wellington's ornithological wonders, a herd of the famous Wellington Walking Gulls. These birds, through the wonders of evolution have lost the power of flight and are restricted to wherever they can walk to, in some cases along a single stretch of beach between two piers. These gulls did, at one time have the power of flight, but in living evidence of ...
... we have ever walked around. Whilst walking up and down the unbelievable gradients that even Sir Edmund Hillary would find challenging, we were entertained by the most delightful songbird called a Tui. We had heard this bird before on the South Island but had not seen one. This time there was a group of them playing in the trees and we got a good look at them having a singsong.
Tui’s are from the ...
Feb 22nd 2011 was the day that New Zealand natives will always remember. It is the day of the massive earthquake that devastated Christchurch. We were amazed at what that town has done to overcome such a trial. The television here was a buzz with remembering that day. We are thankful we were able to see the city now as it still recovers! Cheers to ...