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... Beach - A huge beach on the start of the west coast that was totally empty except for the four of us, a few teeny mussels and a couple of NZ Fur Seals and their pups - totally idyllic
Farewell Spit Lighthouse - Following along the secluded coastline we hiked up to the top of the cliff to a look out by the lighthouse for amazing views of Golden Bay and Farewell Spit for a bit of photo time
Naked Possum - super tasty restaurant in the middle of nowhere famed for its use ...
... where we have lawns and gardens and SPACE! It's nice to be able to walk down the street without having to push your way through crowds-I know it hasn't been like that for us all the time but our country allows us a freedom that most in Europe don't have. No place like ...
... to the shops in search of some denim shorts as mine had broken! I struck gold and managed to get two pairs for $10 (originally $50 each) that's like £2.50 per pair! Pricing must have gone wrong somewhere but I'm not complaining! :DWe grabbed a Starbucks ten headed back to the hostel to watch "Ride Along" before cooking dinner and here I am.Relatively early start tomorrow as we have an early coach to Picton for our night stop over before ...
Hello from Abel Tasman! If you haven't already, you should google it and see where we are. It’s a national park and an amazing place. Golden beaches, palm trees, blue sea and pleasant weather.
We had 3 days in Queenstown in the holiday park and had a great time. We did the jet-boating and white water rafting on Monday, then the bungee jumping on Tuesday. There’s plenty of pictures below and we did our best to get as much as possible on camera. ...
... scenic" route. We had plenty of time and so chose the scenic route. And scenic it was: narrow roads, up and down mountains, hairpin bend after hairpin bend, and great views every now and then of parts of the Marlborough Straits and the surrounding mountains.
Val of course didn't get to see any of the views because she was busy struggling to get the car to go round the hairpin bends without mishap. But we did stop at one of the lookout points so the she ...