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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... wenn Bobby nach all dem Wandern körperlich nicht mehr ganz so fit war, konnte ich ihn irgendwie doch überzeugen am nächsten Tag 23km durch den Abel Tasman National Park zu wandern. Auch hier befindet sich einer der Great Walks Neuseelands und auch hier haben wir wieder nur einen Teilabschnitt der gesamten Wanderung unternommen. Im Norden des Nationalparks ist ein Rundtrip, welcher zuerst einen Berg hinauf geht und dann dem bekannten ...
... wisps and wave of the dunes to the rock arches out at sea. There was even a visit from a seal colony to top it all off. The sight of seal pups frolicking around seemed to persuade Han that she had to play with one and so began the search for Hans own private seal. Now this search did actually turn fruitful as we spotted the tiniest pup splashing his way into shore, however no sooner had he seen Han, than he started a frantic yelp. This was ...
... pocket, save it for a rainy day". There's still that girl in me when I look up at the stars - and now I have a camera lens at my eye to capture the moment so I can gaze at it at any time. Once I thought I'd like to be an astronaut, but that was short lived because I was scared of heights (not so much anymore) - now I say maybe in a future life. I loved watching the movie with Sandra Bullock called "Gravity". At times I felt like I was seeing ...
... seal pups are frolicking away – what a joy to watch them.
When the wind gusts then comes the sand running like the cats paws on the ocean surface. The patterns are entrancing to watch. I look back and our footprints have disappeared.
And the awareness.
I couldn’t stop the wind even if I tried.
We said goodbye to our nice camp neighbours and headed to Tatar Beach, about 6 kilometres up the road, to the Golden Bay Kayaks. We were there first but actually left last as they were waiting for an instructor to arrive. His name was Paul, a native Dutch Kiwi, and he quickly put us through our safety instructions, sorted out who went with who, as there were two double kayaks and a single. Helen went with a lady called Lottie, not called Nicky, ...