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... pretty nice beaches and architecture too. People are bulshy but also very flamboyant, and they just ooze style in the cities. Marty really enjoyed the wine and I love their desserts. GREECE & MONTENEGRO The Greek islands were stunning, food is great and we found them to be very welcoming people. I'd love to go back and spend more time here, the water is so clean and warm, great for swimming. Things we found the hardest were: - ...
... shot ever really seems to capture the colour exactly.
We have always been overwhelmed at the kindness and generosity of Kiwi's and this trip has been no exception. We called in on friends Andy and Gaye near Geraldine who fed and watered us for two days on wild boar and fresh caught fish and then sent us off with veggies from their garden, home-killed lamb, Blue Cod and Hapuka (Groper) from their freezer and buckets of what seem to be known as Christmas plums – ...
... felt as though I had entered Silent Hill.
Folk wandered the streets aimlessly like zombies in search of human flesh. They muttered to themselves and shouted to non existent people. One fellow had seemingly misplaced his shoes and walked around town with only socks on as if it was common practice. The street was littered with the usual chains of cafes and fast food restaurants and the buildings were gray and unremarkable. The weather had taken a turn for the worst and ...
... and Roma's first experience of kayaking so we were a little apprehensive to start with but once we got into a rhythm we loved it. We paddled around a few bays with Nathan telling us some of the history and we stopped off at the beach opposite the Split Apple Rock to take some photos. We then made our way back to Kaiteriteri bay, by which time the sea had become far more choppy but it was very exciting. I am so glad I did it and was sorry when it came to the finish.
... the Buller River up to its source, Lake Rotoiti.
Just past St.Arnaud we started to follow the Wairau River, following this river all the way into Blenheim.
The countryside began to open out and the road had fewer sharp bends as we passed through the Wairau Valley. We were now entering one of the wine producing areas of New Zealand.
After booking in and finding our allocated slot we discovered there was a height issue ...