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Wharariki, New Zealand
March 5, 2015
We had a hell of a time deciding on what to do in Abel Tasman. It was supposed to rain and we weren't sure we wanted to ...
Oh Oh! Graham managed to slightly redesign poor old Wingroads rear bumper skirt last night when parking at the bar, this was before the beer too. Luckily we have bumper to bumper cover (and hopefully Japanese skirts cover). Quite pleased to leave the rainforest coast in the mist and drive up the west coast to Greymouth which was much less grey than expected. Drove on an our first dual road and ...
... the 22nd, we went straight to touch rugby, a new sport to me but knowing the basics of rugby it wasn't hard to pick up and was a great laugh and work out with some of the locals. That was just the start of my sporting adventures.
Milking itself was much like milking at the other farm I had been too accept their herringbone was twice as long and so it was quick to get the cows through, leaving more time for fun. As it was the school holiday, their ...
... space is very impressive, you experience a kind of nothingness, the horizon appears and disappears, sea, sand and sky merge constantly. The fact that the spit supports its inhabitants, especially the Godwits and Turnstones who make their yearly incredible journey to get there, is extraordinary! We went to the lighthouse for tea, (a little sunken haven of greenery, supporting a DOC hut and the original lighthouse keeper's cottage). ...
We were told that the South Island of NZ is by far much better than the North Island.(depends if or a north or south islander).....right. Although we loved the North Island very much with a few of our favorite still, although, the South is very amazing!!!! What scenery you see when you get here, it is almost difficult to describe. Still golf course green every where.
We got to Picton a few days ago ( we are loosing track of ...