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... carver, he introduced us to three Americans that would be joining us today. It was at Stephan's house, a bungalow on the outskirts of town. He had a workshop in the back, which is where we were all gathered.
The first thing he did was sit us down with a blank piece of paper and a pencil and said to draw what we wanted to make today. My mind was as blank as the piece of paper. Kirsty on the other hand was starting to draw her ...
... for all the hospitals organizations in the South Island and the first time implementation of a centralized Patient Information System in New Zealand.
- I have been fishing in French Pass
As photos say more than words, we have added heaps of photo's.
Patrick (and Ingrid)
PS: We have started writing our blog in English as more and more English speaking people view the blog
... s heaps to do and see. Nestled between mountains and hills on three sides and the Tasman Bay on the fourth side, this city has beautiful views from every angle. In the area, there are countless hiking and recreational areas, plenty of wineries and breweries, a great local arts and crafts scene, a lovely long beach and a cool town center. It is also surrounded by three national parks, which means we never have to venture far to unwind in the wilderness and beauty of ...
... under your feet built up over millions of years. The growth of the formations is one inch every 80 years. Apparently a few weddings and musical concerts have been held down there in the 'cathedral'.
Onwards to Motueka to book our kayak trip for tomorrow ... exciting. We will have to set the alarm as we have to meet the water taxi at Kaiteretere beach at 9am. A bit early for us!
... sloats, and rats, which have eaten eggs and young birds drastically reducing the bird population. The impact is very apparent when the forest and shore are relativity quiet. Abel Tasman National Park is one of many that are providing protected habitat in hope of restoring native flora and fauna.
Although Abel Tasman's expedition was so unpleasant that he went home to Holland and never returned here, he is honored for ...