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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... and sheer cliffs.This was a challenge! Some really small and narrow passes, eyes to the inside and held on to the loop on Richard's backpack in front!! Once back in Picton, went straight to the i centre to book part of the Queen Charlotte Walk ! Back at the campsite we prepared our packs, knowing we could sneak in a few extras as they would be delivered. We took water taxis to our points of the walk. Richard took a boat to Ship Cove, the very ...
The weather was against us today so all our planned activities were canceled. No kayaking and no vintage flying show :( Undaunted and having faith in the improving forecast we set off for Havelock - Mussel capital of the world with the "if all else fails plan" that at least we'd have a good mussel lunch. First a good walk to the view point then a loop walk around the Kenepuru sound. We ate an enormous ...
... the wind does help a bit, but having been awoken at three am the rest of the night is restless at best.
I had forgotten to switch off the alarm, so it goes off at 7:30am, much to Kirsty's delight! The wind has changed direction, still strong but now blowing from the opposite direction. Grey clouds have replaced the blue sky. The flies that blanketed the camper last night have thankfully gotten bored and moved on. We have ...
... even a launderette – definitely a prince among DOC camps which have flush toilets if you are lucky and maybe a cold shower – long drop toilet if you are unlucky (just don't look down....). We called in there on our return from the ride – me to have a quick shower and Jeremy to dump our rubbish and fill up with water. We then headed out to Mesopotamia which, I think, is a sheep station way out towards the distant mountains. It really was an ...
Up early to catch the ferry from Wellington to Picton on the South Island. Fabulous weather for the crossing - waste of 2 sickness pills that we took as we had heard the crossing can be interesting. Collected car from the terminal and drove to our B&B in Renwick which is in the middle of Marlborough Wine Country - at every turn another winery Cloudy Bay, Geisen, Brancott. The B&B had bikes which we set off on a tasting tour of the vineyards - even fitted in a brewery along the ...