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    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Mar 19, 2015

    17 photos

    ... over by a maori statue. There are composting (waterless) toilets at the park. These particular loos are only worth mentioning because they were to be 'flushed' with a scoop of sawdust after use! After eating, we carried on along the scenic route, which hugs the ridge of the mountains high above Akaroa Harbour. Today, the weather was clear and the views were spectacular. The fields were well populated with cows. Coming through a ...

    The Terminal

    A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Feb 23, 2015

    1 comment, 68 photos

    ... of us had come attired for the heat and sun we encountered and we didn’t have a load of time, so decided to take the easier route of driving to the top of Mt John and walked around the top checking out the great views from above. They also had an observatory and telescopes from which the public can view Mt Cook and, with filters attached, can see the solar flares produced by the sun - fabulous for young and old alike. Time for a picnic by the lake - what ...

    Tree Hugging

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Sep 30, 2014

    4 photos

    ... cheese. So to be so close to the cheesery and not stop to buy proper cheese would have a crime.

    They didn't have a huge selection though. Maybe a dozen different cheeses at most. But I did manage to get a strong cheddar and a crumbly Cheshire cheese. That's lunch sorted for the next few days!

    We left Barry Bay and the Banks Peninsula behind us and headed inland. The distances on the map don't look that far, especially compared ...

    Row ur boat gently dow...? NO NO paddle! PADDLE!

    A travel blog entry by evi21 on Feb 20, 2014

    12 photos

    ... if I'd be the only one facing the consequences... Anyway, I had my doubts, but then again didn't want to miss out. So I swallowed my fear, got back in the boat and paddled for dear life!

    There were a lot of "Forward! Stop"; "Backward! Stop!" and a couple of "Hold on!"s. But we were in capable and safe hands and our paddling must have been fairly alright 'cause everyone stayed aboard. Paddle high five! Everyone was soaked of course, but if you don't want to get wet, you ...

    Arakoa to Geraldine

    A travel blog entry by russandbeth on Feb 03, 2014

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... clear conditions.

    Along the shores of Lake Forsyth and Lake Ellesmere were many hundreds of Black Swans and many Oyster catchers.

    We had an early stop for morning tea at Little River.

    From there it was an easy drive. Less that 200kms all up. A lot of the way we could see a mountain range to the right of us which was always looking soft and misty and in a couple of spots we what looked ...