Park Regis Picton
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The view was amazing! A quaint place to stay over night with an excellent pool and highly hospitable rooms.
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... maybe in its faded past! Very tired but perfectly acceptable and bang slap in the middle of town so no distance to walk for a meal. Also the essential requirements of car parking and wifi! Given we'd made such good time we had a full afternoon free! Rod was delighted as it meant we could spend lots of time at the Gardens! Think this managed to restore the car/garden viewing ratio a little! These are public gardens with individually themed gardens representing different cultures ...
This morning it was pouring rain when we woke up in picton. Someone had left the sky vent open in the bathroom and it was all soaked. I put lizzys hair up in an intricately braided bun. Now we are driving to Nelson, then on to Christchurch. Beautiful scenery but hazy because of the pouring ...
... to the coast to camp for the night, at the mouth of a river. It's windy but I manage to get the sausages done on the barbeque before the wind gets too strong (and before the worst of the plague of flies descend on the camper).
Before going to bed we sneak a peak outside to gaze at the stars, having not seen them for a while due to cloudy nights. Yet another great display, especially as there isn't a light to be seen anywhere on the horizon. I might wear my lucky necklace more ...
... the best route to visit as many of the craft breweries in the area. As his chauffeur and designated driver for the beer odyssey I tagged along nodding along as he rambled on about the various different brews. As well as breweries we also visited New Zealand's oldest pub and a free house in a converted church. Another beer based adventure led us to a pub called 'Formerly the blackball Hilton'. The formerly was added following some wranglings with a well known hotel chain. As ...
After a very early start (well we had to be at the ferry terminal at 7am, we were parked 1 minute away so alarms were set for 6.50!) we were finally on the crossing to the South Island. The journey takes about 3.5 hrs and is normally supposed to be quite rough but we had a very easy crossing, helped by free wifi and a cooked breakfast! As you near Picton you go through the Marlborough ...