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... hit through the day and we were a bit disappointed the kayaking had not gone ahead although fully respected their safety policy. We were delighted that they had rescheduled to 8.30 AM the next morning on the basis the sea is always very calm early morning. Little did we appreciate the gale that was to hit overnight !! Oh boy !! The camper van shook like it was going to take off and we got very little sleep . We woke the next day to a turbulent sea ...
... tried to stick his tongue out at the camera halfway down, lost control of it and couldn't get it back in his mouth! Laura's glove came half off so she was making a claw the whole time like the guy out of scary movie.
Today was Matts birthday so we had all booked a sailing trip. The idea was to sail into the Able Tasman national park at Anchorage bay and walk back to Marahau where we would get a bus back to Kaiteritiri. The ...
... probably only made it to 12C at best.
We walked off the boat, up the beach and into the cafe for hot drinks, checked out the restaurant and went back later for a good dinner and finished with drinks in the park kitchen. We are smart now and take our own heaters or turn on the hot plates for some warmth in the kitchens.
Tomorrow we think we will move on from Kaiteriteri to continue the exploring.
... 1512;כי 94; סינית מהחוף ניגשה לקפטן ואמרה לו: Ok I'm ready to go now הקפטן ניסה להסבי 12; לה שהוא לא חוזר חזרה ...
... the coast and then back over Cobb's Hill, known to be steep. The day was a scorcher, but the beauty of the coast with fresh breezes made sure our energy was saved for the hard part! The climb was hard, hot and long with precious little shade. Every breeze was taken advantage of as we zigzagged from shadow to shadow. Near the top we stopped for lunch knowing we had done the hard work! The way down was steep to start with but eventually evened out ...