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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 ...
... pool, a great place to cool off, especially after touch rugby, or milking in the afternoon. One rainy day we went into Collingwood to the local squash club. Never played before but I'd like to think I picked it up quite quickly.
Christmas Day was hosted by friends of the family who own a local cafe. At the cafe they have a large fire place and a spit roast, where a hogget was roasted over about 8 hours...it was incredible meat. Everyone chipped in ...
... shop, tavern and home to Spit Eco Tours. I had lots of encouragement from the management on the fishing and was told the best time that evening was 8 pm, and the magic ingredient was pilchards as bait!!
We set up, shopped, I bought a box of frozen pilchards as bait, and decided to book a trip to the gannet colony with Spit Eco Tours for the following day. We had supper and set out to fish, all of a few metres from our tent, ...
Wharariki Beach is just round the North West coast from the Spit (the long finger like piece of sand at the very top of South Island) round the corner from Cape Farewell. We arrived around 4pm, to find the campsite really lovely, with a huge kitchen/dining room overlooking hills. The walk to the beach just 20 minutes! We had booked in for 2 nights, New Year's eve being one of them. After setting up, we went for a wonderful walk to the beach. The ...
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 ...