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... we eventually made it up a cliff to
be greeted by the open mouth of this incredible cave. Stalactites,
Stalagmites.. all of the mites were on show and it was spectacular
even in the rain!
Back on the road again, we slowly cruised down to Westport in the hope of
finding a walk we had discovered in a magazine, called Charming Creek
Walkway. A close second to my favourite walks of all time/in NZ, the
track follows an old railway track used for mining and ...
... 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 ...
... of having one's ears blown inside out. From there we went across to the other side of the bay to visit the birthplace and childhood home of one of New Zealand's most famous authors, Katherine Mansfield. A turn on the century timber house that has been preserved and returned to it's former glory, it serves as a nice memorial to a classic author who unfortunately trod the all too sad and tragic road to an early consumptive death. ...
My golfer woke early and excited for the first day of the Championship rounds at Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club. The course was a little dry from drought conditions but Rusty was up for the challenge. This is a golf course where Tiger Woods and Greg Norman have played. Apparently Tiger Woods when he played this course, didn't make the cut so you can only imagined its difficulty. Luckily for the golfers, they removed most ...
... descended. Glorious blue seas surrounded by lush, steep hills. Reminiscent of landing in Oahu or Maui. It didn't matter that we couldn't see more upon our descent in to Wellington - we would be spoiled with even better views over the next two weeks.
We took the city bus to our hotel, which was located in the central business district of Wellington. It would be the most "complete" hotel we would stay in for the duration of ...