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My last stop on the south Island :( Nelson is basically the gateway to the Abel Tasman National Park and on the other side, easy to get to the ferry for the North Island. It's also suspiciously, and it turns out incorrectly, home to the 'centre' of NZ. Makes a pretty walk even if the description is a tad misleading. And Nelson really does small beautiful, all those flowers and it is apparently one of the sunniest places in nz ...
That night was rugby match 2, and was way more fun due to the fact that everyone was sober enough to see the game this time.
The rest of our time in Queenstown was quite chilled, few burgers, few films, few nights out. The last night out was hilarious, full of unmentionable events. Queenstown was without a doubt my favourite place in NZ!
Saying goodbye to Emma, Simon, Emily and Joe was horrible when we left to go up to Lake Tekapo but I was happy that ...
... I am in this very moment as I write this.
I’m sitting with my laptop in the corner of a loft-lounge amongst a pile of colorful, multi-patterned-pillows of every shape and size, looking out the window on a beautiful sunny day in Nelson. In the distance, I can see the glistening waters of Nelson Bay, and immediately before me is the busy backyard of Paradiso Backpacker’s Hostel.
I had a good feeling about Nelson’s Paradiso ...
... sloats, and rats, which have eaten eggs and young birds drastically reducing the bird population. The impact is very apparent when the forest and shore are relativity quiet. Abel Tasman National Park is one of many that are providing protected habitat in hope of restoring native flora and fauna.
Although Abel Tasman's expedition was so unpleasant that he went home to Holland and never returned here, he is honored for ...
... which should be somewhere in Argentina, I ate a small cart-load of beef, carrots, broccoli and potatoes, washed down with some of the Sauvignon Blanc acquired in Blenheim. Enough iron to keep the quacks happy until kingdom-come, I should think.
Thursday was check-out day, as we drove back to Picton for news of the sea conditions, and our ferry crossing.
Martin & Lyndsey