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... for our . . . SKYDIVE! Yes the time had come for me to jump out of another place, this time half way round the world. It was in the Abel Tasman national park and yes lulu I did beat you on this one as it was 16,500ft! We even had to wear oxygen masks for part of the flight up there because it was so high. There was 8 of us I think who did it. Hannah, Teresa, Chloe, tadd, Julian, Elliot, Shelley and I. All of us except Teresa opted for the camera man too as it was probably the best ...
... The fireworks over the lake were amazing (and made up for us missing bonfire night in England), a few more drinks were had, then, to our surprise, the night ended much earlier than we had anticipated. However, this did probably save us money in the long run and a really fun night was had by all. The next two days were spent chilling out in the sun on a grass bank over looking the lake while we planned where in New Zealand we wanted to head to next. We decided ...
... Tasman national park. After spending a night in a backpackers, I had the morning to explore. Walking up Botanical hill, or otherwise known as the centre of New Zealand provided a great view of the area and mountains further afield. The port in Nelson is quite big and also has a large marina with some pretty posh boats! In the afternoon I caught a bus to Golden Bay, my home for Christmas and New Year, very ...
... in machinery to take the place of the workers. Nearly two decades later the town is still struggling. So 4 times a week when Stray buses visit (5 times in the summer) the leftover Hangi food is taken to the local school for the children. Some whose family can't afford to feed them three times a day. Nades and her family believe that tourism can help rebuild their area and are trying their best to start bringing in visitors. Nades is such a passionate woman ...
... the several queues ready to board the ferry. Without incident and on time we drive the camper onto the vehicle deck and walk upstairs.
The ferry is quite busy, but we manage to nab one of the few seats on the outside to get a view of the sounds as we travel up through them. It has stopped raining and the sun has come out, surprisingly warm when it does.
The ferry leaves the port. It sails, or cruises, no not cruises, ...