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It was an early morning start today when we rose at 5.30 to be on our way to the ferry for 6.30,
although it didn't leave till 8.30. The last check in was meant to be 7.30 and Hughie was taking no chances!
The trip from Wellington in North Island to Picton in South Island took three and a half hours and was smooth and uneventful. The …
... cycle round town and a visits to one of the bike shops for a minor repair - Dave lost a handlebar end during transit, not sure how the baggage handlers managed that and his tape has unravelled. Didn't think to bring an end in our spare parts!! Nelson is a lovely town - very bike friendly, it's promoted as the regional centre for all things bike. It has about 30 km of bike lanes and many people young and old look to be using bikes as their main ...
... The Prince Albert, which Lucy was expecting the worse after the name of the place also is the name you would give to a pierced bellend. Luckily we were alright, it was a really nice place, clean and well run. The food was good and the beer was really nice and cheap. As ever there was a click of residents that we watched get ****** and have there disagreements which didn't take long which is always funny. We called it a night about ...
... Queen Charlotte Track, and went straight into a steep incline. We walked uphill for half an hour to reach an altitude of 200m. In total we tramped - that's a local term - 15.5km in 3.5hrs including a lunch stop. The views were spectacular, only slightly tempered by the chilly hour and a half spent stationary waiting for the pick up boat to arrive. Its safe to say both Teresa and I, as well as our fellow trampers, were a bit miserable by the time the boat showed ...
... in a carpark in Motueka as Fridi and I waited to meet with Amelie, and in Motueka it remained until just a few days ago I returned and picked it up from a local petrol station. I was much-aggrieved by its loss, and am reflectively very happy to have it back! So overall the Abel Tasman trek was visually incredible, and it was great to spend time with Amelie; long days simply walking and talking and in the evenings, much-appreciated hot food, tea and ...