Twin Waters Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... about it! Once at Picton we put our destination into our Sat Nav, which estimated our trip as 4 hours. 5 hours later we still weren't there- turns out driving through a mountain range your average speed is 30km/hr not 100km/hr! We eventually made it to our B&B in Collingwood, Herons Rest. It's a nice place but completely remote, when I booked it I didn't realise it was so far away ...
... track" in NZ has a different definition than what I am used to - But all the same this was a lovely walk, no need to say that, once again, we were in bed quite early that evening.
Leaving Picton we drove south to Kaikoura through KMs and KMs of hills planted with grape wines- this is Malborough wine country, lots of wineries to visit there but we just drove through. About 50km from Kaikoura, we got to the coast and the road follows the sea all the way ...
... 8217;. The population of New Zealand as a whole is only about four and a half million and it seems enough! The city of Nelson wasn’t too busy, like most cities here, on the evening we arrived (although we heard this will change with the influx of tourists around summertime). Nelson had some good shops with some unique things to buy. There was a bead shop full of skull pendants, beads made from bone and jade and any other kind of bead you could think of. However, after ...
... around there. While Wayne was directing me to get some pictures of some crabs I stepped into a pool at least a foot deep, swamping my waterproof boots and splashing my camera- argh! After lots of swearing we got the camera dried off and it seemed to working-phew.
When we got ready to leave we couldn’t remember where the track hit the beach and followed a footpath that ended up going up along the ridge of the dunes. It was narrow and hopped around a ...
... to be the same here in NZ. So Harvey did an experiment and checked the time on his watch and the time on the laptop and saw they were the same, concluding no daylight saving time change today (it’s Monday here, Sunday in the U.S.). Trusty Google let us know that April 6th is the one hour back in NZ. If you’re as curious as we are, here is some history: http://www.dia.govt.nz/Daylight-Saving- History