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... land in the Ostler Valley. Jim's brother-in-law is the winemaker and he's doing a great job of it! We sampled several wines, surprisingly, one of our favourites was a Riesling (this region grows Riesling grapes well, apparently) and they had a spectacular (but very expensive we found out, when we bought a bottle and he rang it up!) Pinot Noir...that one is coming home ...
... rubbish weather not just walk in it aimlessly. We didn't stop and just carried on going, out of the town. The radio reception on the car is rubbish but every now and again we will stick the radio on when out of town and search to see what we get, we found one station so listened to that. Adverts, great! Actually, it was good, there was a reporter at a hill climb event in Waimate, and he mentioned how the Main Street would be closed off on Saturday for a ...
... so if money were no object you'd be spoilt for choice. As I'm neither famous author nor lottery winner though, I had to pick and choose.
Our first night out was frequently punctuated with excitement over the unexpected presence of British Olympic diver, Tom Daly. It turned out he was on a skiing holiday (or so rumour had it) and was staying in our hostel! I felt a bit sorry for him to be honest; endless Brits clamouring for a ...
... made our way down the west coast with its winding roads with mountains on one side and the ocean on the other. Did some more surfing! wooo. And then spend a few days in queensland playing frisbee golf and enjoying the chaos of this crazy backpacker town. Did a great trip to Milford Sound where Robin celebrated his 2-7 wooo and also did a lord of the rings type walk on the Routeburn track (one of the great walks in ...
... for the rest of the day, we were aware of a nice camping spot near Matarua. We ended up going the wrong way but after a woman at the service station in town pointed us towards the right direction we were all set for the evening.
It was a glorious evening, and a nice spot not far away from the river. Not bad at all for our first night. We were to take it in turns with who had the bed mattress, I had first dibs and was in for a comfortable night’s ...
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