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Good view overlooking centre but a little faded.
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... s face before swooping around. It then put on an impressive show for our benefit, just feet away. A couple of bridges span the stream including a wire-rope one, which moves a lot under your footsteps. As well as the discordant birdsong that we've heard a lot of here, there was one call that sounded like a cat impression. We had a wonderful start to our day and we are very grateful to Amy and Roland for tipping us off about this spot. Apparently, there are even glowworms to ...
It was a rough night sleeping. The room proved to be a sauna and the breakfast was going to be $20 each for a piece of toast and a cup of coffee. We passed on it and headed to a local cafe. I had grilled banana bread with Lemon cream cheese. I will never be able to eat it another way. OMG! We plugged our gps in and headed north. We stopped off at a parking area and checked out the seal colony. So many little ones. The radio signal kept going In and out along the east ...
... am limiting myself to fat quarters, so chose a few with the New Zealand themes and came out very happy.
The journey was to take approx 2 1/2 hours so on we went. The speed limit is 100 Kms and very slow through towns. John and Steve are adhering to the limits but on the way we did see a couple of cars being pulled over.
Perhaps I should take the time to say how upsetting it has been to hear of Deirdre's passing, it has been all over the ...
... track follows the Pororari River upstream into the Paparoa National Park. You’ll pass through the Pororari River Gorge, a valley lined with beautiful limestone cliffs and bluffs and eventually onto the open river flats. As you could image, there’s plenty of native birdsong in the area, adding to the enchanting atmosphere.
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