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Today we headed over to the South Island on the inter islander ferry. Another early start leaving Wellington at 7am to board the ferry to a little town called Picton. The ferry crossing takes three hours, and from there it was straight back on the bus to Kaiteriteri. Our new driver "rubber duck" took us to a couple of stops on the way, firstly ...
... konnten wir uns sowohl die grandiosen Steinformationen, als auch all die Seebären näher anschauen, welche hier zu Dutzenden zu finden sind. Ein besonderes Spektakel waren die jungen „Bären“, welche in einem Pool zusammen gespielt haben. Leider musste man sich das Ganze mit einem lachenden und einem weinenden Auge anschauen, da es einfach zu viele dumme Menschen gibt, welche super nah an die Seebären gehen, sie anfassen oder verfolgen, ...
... I the other reason why it's well known, FERG BURGERS! Possibly the best burgers in the world, so much meat!
That night we hit Queenstown, as per usual a quiet one steadily changed to a less so quiet one and the next day we decided to shake our hangovers off with a cheeky 134m bungy jump.
It was so amazing, totally terrifying but possibly one of the best things ive ever done. As soon as I arrived back on the platform I wanted to go again. My nerves were ...
... and very little else. We spent the evening wandering the beach in the last of the day’s sunlight before returning to our van to plan the next few days.
The next morning we departed our quaint village and headed toward Wharariki beach, stopping at the Te Waikoropupu springs along the way. The walk around the springs was beautiful, as was the crystal clearness of the water which coupled with the golden bays golden sunshine ...
Following our time at Franz Josef we drove north, but the sunshine didn't travel with us. When we arrived at Kaiteriteri, a little seaside town on the edge of Abel Tasman National Park, it was raining. We awoke in the morning to find yet more rain and began to question our decision to leave Franz Josef. Having tried and failed to see the Park by bike (cycling doesn't seem to be permitted in Abel Tasman National Park!) we set our Sat Nav for the Marlborough region ...