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It wasn't until I was picking up my bags at invercargill airport that I met a few other expeditioners and yes, everyone was trying to see who else was on the trip from Christchurch. Took the airport shuttle to the Kelvin hotel and yes, all but one student were on the trip as well. My room mate is Marianne, an Aussie. Been walking.......needed to …
... rmchen konnten wir in der Höhle sehen.
An der Südküste angekommen campten wir am Strand von Monkey Island und schauten uns Cosy Nook an, eine Bucht welche we***** an Neuseeland als an Schottland erinnern soll. Leider war das Wetter für etwa eine Woche ziemlich verregnet, was in Invergargill angekommen kein großes Problem war, denn als eine der größeren Städte im Süden konnten wir hier in ein warmes Museum flüchten, wo man sich unter ...
... a couple of rare Fiordland Crested Penguins.
We left the following day to drive to the very south of the South island to Invercargill and then along the Southern Scenic highway around to Dunedin on the east coast. On the way we stopped at Gemstone bay. It is known for the semi-precious gems that sometimes appear on the beach after a heavy storm. I fancied collecting a garnet or two. Unluckily the only thing we found was a rather large bone sticking out of the sand at ...
... Nugget Point and went to Jacks Bay, home of Jacks Blowhole.
A steady uphill climb from the beach leads to blowhole. It's called a blowhole but I imagine it would take a hell of a wave for water to spout out of it. It's a huge hole in the ground, maybe 50 metres wide. Part of an old sea cave that has collapsed. The waves come crashing and roaring up the sea cave, colliding with each other as the cave narrows and ends. The hole is as deep as it ...
... distance, Stewart Island (Rakiura), then back around to the Caitlins.
Bluff has a huge aluminum smelter, which is powered by an underground generator many miles away; apparently it is the cheapest power in the world, which is why it's worthwhile to ship bauxite (ore you make aluminum from) here from Australia. The aluminum produced here is some of the purest in the world and is used to ...