ASURE Fountain Resort Motel
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... br> No sooner do we go out on the water the rain comes, at first quite light rain.
We head towards one of the islands, visible in the distance and only about 4 kms away. For a while it doesn't seem like the island is getting any closer, but it does and after about half hour or so we are nearing it. Kirsty thinks she can see a bird or something in the distance. It comes and goes. As we get nearer it looks like a flipper sticking out of the water. Nearer still and it's ...
... shops, and then headed down to a delicious little restaurant overlooking the water.
After lunch, Frances took us to visit a local artist, who is a dear friend of hers. We were taken back to her studio, and not only viewed her creations, but had a great time chatting with her. The people of New Zealand are some of the friendliest you'll ever meet, and always willing to help you.
Adrienne and Francis were going to ...
When we awake in Haast, the gale has increased to my guess 40 mph gusting to 60. The local advice is to only travel if absolutely necessary but we decide to press on.
The Haast River occupies a wide river valley, the accumulation of a large number of feeder streams up in the mountains but at the moment the riverbed is only about a quarter full of water. The wind is whipping up a localised sandstorm from the riverbed sediments and as ...
... for about 4 hours before arriving at our campsite in Mutton Cove. We set up our tents and then relaxed on the beach under the sun. With a couple hours of daylight left, Kyle and I walked to Separation Point where there are supposedly seal colonies. We ended up seeing several seals. Some were sleeping, some were swimming in search of food, and some let us get real close. The seal pups are extremely cute! The New Zealand fur seal flourished before the Europeans arrived. Within ...
... of the ride is scenic with small farms and some timber operations along the way.
We arrived in Nelson and will be here for three days so we unloaded the car so we could re-group our bags. We are staying at the Grand Mercure Monaco hotel overlooking Tasman Bay. the hotel is a cluster of brick buildings around a central green, looking like an English village. After settling in, we went into downtown Nelson and were quite impressed. The Main Street was ...