Marlborough Vintners Hotel Heritage Boutique Collection
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... make our way to Abel Tasman National Park before it got to late. Before we left, this road looked ordinary on the map. Boy, were we wrong. The highway lead us right through the mountains and it was awesome to be able to see the this side of NZ through our van and not a bus! After every corner just seemed like another mountain. It was beautiful. The mountain roads twisted and turned and made every little corner into an adventure because the Dream Bus sure is interesting to drive ...
... about leaving without them, as it was now late in the afternoon and getting darker. We all decided to wait for an hour, which we did. By now it was just about dark and getting late. After all this time waiting we had to leave if we wanted to return to Picton before darkness. Not a good feeling because we were made aware that a baby was also part of this party of missing people Thankfully the problem was conveyed to ...
... went for a couple of hours whilst Jeremy did some ever necessary running repairs to our old bus.
The weather has been very fickle, hot hot hot, wet wet wet and sometimes ccccold! However
as it seemed to be improving we headed for one of my favourite beaches – Kaiteriteri. An impossibly pretty beach, with a gentle curve of bright gold sand (think the colour of a newly minted dollar coin), a blue lagoon behind the beach which fills and empties with the tide down ...
... that I am a champion bag backer. Folding and packing clothes neater than any person before me and finding spaces which appear impossible are my specialty. Before arriving into New Zealand, I had a fetish for unpacking and then repacking my bag at least twice a day. It became an obsession, one which I could not feed due to the small space we had available. Day after day I would look at the creased shirts in my disorderly bag and feel despair. For this reason I used ...
... Medlands Beach before the water taxi picked us up for the journey back to Kaiteriteri bay and our car, so we enjoyed the views and sunshine and (surprise) Allan went for a swim.
A tiring but very exhilarating day so far - but it didn't finish there. Paul treated us all to a really great meal at the Boat House in Nelson, in celebration of Roma's birthday. A really nice way to finish off our stay in Nelson. Guess what - could have easily stayed here for longer.