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We turned in the white rented Yaris and got onto the ferry at Picton. The ferry was huge. In addition to passengers, there were huge trucks, campers and even up to 28 rail cars. Nice seating, lounges, cafe's and viewing decks to watch the south island disappear and the north come into focus.
It is a 2 hour and 10 minute crossing. We had …
... setting near Okere falls.
[I guess we shouldn't get too used to this kind of fancy schmancy place, we’ll be living in a camper van soon…but oh man, this place is pretty sweet! If it had a pool with swim up bar, I’d never want to leave.]
Anyway, I get ahead of myself. We stopped at Hobbiton on our way from Raglan to Rotorua, which in all was a 3 hour drive. The Alexander farm is comprised of 15,000 ...
... for somewhere to get change from to feed the meter at the car park, I decided to treat myself to a latte before the big event! And it was a lovely latte, until trying to cross the road outside the shop, I fell **** over tit on a 4 inch sloped pavement, landing flat backed on the curb! Proper Laurel and Hardey banana peel style! Two lovely local women (I suspect they were actually the town drunks) came over and helped me back up and made sure I ...
... my Opinion, madness. They can say they've done it but actually they haven't.
So the tour began with a nice bunch of people but then we were hijacked by a group of Estonians of all people !! They arrived late and couldn't speak English so basically didn't have a clue what poor Carol was saying but she soldiered on with her extended family. Now the sky was getting blacker and blacker and she was talking quicker and quicker to get us round the 90 minute tour ...
... had retained the ability to walk again, we headed back towards Auckland. We stopped off at Orewa, which looked very pretty for a spot of lunch as we were going to be late back with the van, we might as well do it properly. We went back over the bridge again, this time I manage to check out the magnificent view of the city and dropped off the van. We were booked into a hotel in 'town' for the next couple of nights.
The reason that there is a bank holiday in this area is ...