Marlborough Vintners Hotel Heritage Boutique Collection
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Feeling better than I deserved (probably due to the same day hangover) I woke and joined Ry, Mom and Doug in packing up and then starting the morning drive to Picton to board the Inter-islander ferry. We returned our Rav 4, boarded the ferry and wave goodbye to South Island. We cruised through the Marlborough Sound with lush green mountains dipping into the ocean. We felt the massive rise and fall of the waves in the ...
Well today we picked up our tickets from the travel agent and now the countdown to our trip really begins.
We have been planning where to go, where to stay and what to do for months now but it is suddenly all starting to feel real and quite exciting.
It is a pretty daunting project planning a trip like this from scratch all with the touch of your fingers on the wonderful World Wide Web but it also takes ...
The summer days spent driving through such sublime beauty were still young and I cherished the freedom the van (and Anna) had given me. Simple things such as the sounds of the birds and the smells from the surrounding farmland seemed heightened during those days and I worried that entering a city may bring an end to such simple pleasures; but neigh my friends this was not so.
As we entered Queenstown, I felt as though I had come to the elven Kingdom ...
... see the skies clearing as we went further into the mountains. The route was breathtaking with a dense covering of bright yellow broom (cystis) which was in full flower, it was also very heavily scented. We finally managed to pull of the windy mountain road for a photo stop and thought that the car looked as if was parked for a Commercial. The car as it turned out had more adventures in store for us. We arrived at ...
... also he negotiated with the Maori to buy the land here. On the way back we chatted with the crew and found out more information for our trip to Stewart island later in our tour, they very helpful and friendly like all the New Zealanders we have met. After a bit of lunch in Picton we decided to walk to Bob's Bay (along Queen Charlotte Sound) but before we got to the start we came across a group of Austin Healey cars. It turned out that they were a group ...