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... whilst doing homework, a group of what looked like Girl Scouts taking part in exercise activities, and children playing in the water. It was all so chilled and natural, no one was trying to sell us anything, everyone was just doing their own thing! We ended the evening by having a meal at the recommended 'Hot Rock Gourmet Pizza and Pasta' restaurant. The surroundings were fairly basic but the staff and food ...
... so we found the Marlbrough museum which has a wine exhibition which was very informative. On our travels we saw Oyster Bay, Villa Maria and Brancott as well as many more, the ones mentioned have all been sampled by moi! On then to Nelson which will be our next stop over. On route we stopped at a lovely cafe in a marina at Havelock where ...
... but admired the Art Deco buildings we passed, then drove the length of the promenade, with the turquoise sea showing white horses and driftwood piled up on the beach.
Brother-in-law & his family live on a large agricultural section outside Haumoana in a house which could have been shown on Grand Designs; he is a chef so we were very well fed and we had a great time catching up 22 years worth of news with them all.
"Prizes given for the heaviest boar, heaviest sow, biggest tusks, average pig and heaviest deer. Pig-carrying competition, a BBQ, an auction, live music and raffles. Kids' prizes for heaviest eel, heaviest hare, heaviest possum, heaviest goat, best fancy-dressed hare or possum. For non hunters a pie competition using wild game: your favourite mouth-watering pork, venison or any edible wild ...
... of flies making breakfast preparation interesting! The bowls were filthy and could not be cleaned adequately no matter how much washing up liquid was used, so cereals were abandoned. It was toast for breakfast! After an eventful start we walked down the road to Sarah's and drove towards the 'Centre of New Zealand'. We walked up the hill to enjoy spectacular panoramic views across the city. After our leisurely walk ...