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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Saturday 28thWe woke this morning secured to the port in Picton without knowing it. The crossing must have been calm as we didn't feel it. After breakfast we went ashore in the working port area, more pine logs to be met by a free shuttle bus to take the passengers to town. We were advised that light rain is to be expected so we prepared ourselves with jackets and umbrellas. The short journey to Picton showed that this is a very pretty holiday destination. ...
... wines are produced! Not that we visited any wineries - we decided to spend our time wandering around Picton itself. Picton is a small town (only 3,000 inhabitants). It's very picturesque, surrounded by water with lots of boats in the marina, many of which offer fishing and nature cruises around the Sound. The water was crystal clear and we saw lots of mussels growing (the greenlip variety) and a number ...
... world for a year. Too long... maybe it would be better if I had a travel buddy with me, who knows. But at this point, a few months at a time is long enough.
4. Plums are REALLY good, until you've eaten 7 or 8 a day for a few days in a row, then your stomach and digestive system start to not like them no matter how good your taste buds say they are. Blueberries however, can be eaten as often as one wants, and in abundance. :) However, I've had ...
... in this is the death of "The Red Barron" huge and impressive. Then onto the Classic cars, where the collection totals 161 cars, motorcycles and some agricultural machines. Sadly my camera battery ran out before I could take a photo of every single one. But you might be pleased about that. Lastly the Marlborough Museum, all about the growing and production of wine and completely boring. We somehow missed the replica township, but we were probably museumed ...
Early morning ferry to Picton has been booked. Last day with our highlander in north island. Just like Parking our own car, we parked this hertz rented car in the common car parking and "dropped" the key in public key box. Everything was an experience which rarely can be found in east Asia.
A Blessing In Disguise:
Never expected the ferry to be like a cruise. It was massive in size and where public can take their vehicles ...