Middle Park Motel
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... our first whale resurface before he disappeared again and then went back to the humpback whale. After a quick dash to look at some New Zealand fur seals basking on a rock and generally ignoring the albatrosses swooping around we returned to port. A great day. We then drove up the coast through very wild and unforested mountains hugging the shore with beautiful Virgin beaches and the occasional road gang mending ...
... with ends our 71km track.
Our last night in Picton we stayed at >>>>> it was just fab as we were able to do all our washing etc. We also had our last date scone in Picton on the morning of the 30th before we boarded the inter island ferry on way to Wellington.
... called "Hunky Dory." We had no idea that Huia produced that wine, so it was a fun surprise for us. It was late in the day, and we squeezed in one last winery that day, Hans Herzog. Hans Herzog is one of the more pedigreed wine producers in New Zealand, and if you don't know that, all you have to do is ask the women that work in the tasting room. Their attitude was on par with the most exclusive of the Napa wineries, and while their wines are ...
... hat for Dottie but they only had it in a navy colour - bought it anyway (bargain at half price: $6.00)! Loads & loads of war memorials everywhere we have been - the one in Blenheim was surrounded by beautiful gardens. Nice backdrop to Top 10 site but, like in Kaikoura, there is a road and a railway line on each side. Last night we had a friendly seagull - today we've got a friendly ...
First stop today was a long walk through the Wairau Lagoon (not far from Blenheim) to get to the ship wreck of the SS Waverley which was sunk here back in 1928. The Wairau Lagoon is a really nice, and huge area of flat wetlands so the walk was really easy (and hot). We finally found the rusted ship wreck sitting in just a few inches of blue water, with a backdrop of ocean and mountains – not a bad spot!