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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As if to confirm that my necklace is indeed the source of good luck, things changed once I had taken it off for the night!
The wind pounded and rocked the camper like we had never experienced before. Besides waking us up during the night it was also causing concern that if it blew over we may be too close to the river! So I get up to move the camper, to face it into the wind and away from the river bank slightly. Facing the ...
... but successful and though not all of us sing the same lines or know the same tune it was just like home. A little hot tea before bed, hot showers to clean the ocean from my hair and I'm going to bed feeling content. Blessed and grateful for this opportunity. I'm so lucky for all I the experiences that I have had here and all of the experiences that I've had throughout my life that have proved useful here. Pete said that most 20 year olds ...
PICTON THURSDAY JANUARY 30
Today we sailed into the beautiful Marlborough Sound. The Sounds are actually flooded river beds whereas Milford Sound and Dusky Sound (which we visit later) are fiords, that are formed by glaciers. Marlborough sound is surrounded by lovely green mountains cover in the pinus radiates tree which is the tree we have been seeing in all the ports that they cut for ...
... array of Orchard fruit in Season (plums, cherries, strawberries and Blueberries) as well as some goats cheese and hazelnuts (the next addition to our Xmas). We had a drink (Doug had Chilli hot chocolate and Sarah a homemade Blackcurrant drink) then headed to the Marlborough Museum. Here, we saw a Wine Exhibition which was very interesting. It showed how Wine arrived in the region (Brancott Estate introduced grapes) and how the local wineries had done ...
... to The Snout (which is a point at the end of a peninsular with lovely views of the Marlborough Sounds ) before doing the crazy golf and museum in Picton. Unfortunately by the time we got back in mid afternoon both crazy golf and museum were shut so we had an ice cream instead. We returned to our campsite and as it was our farewell to the South Island we went out for dinner down by the harbour. We were amazed to find a party of people there ...