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... in and every animal I see. I really believe I was born to travel. After another long drive and we reached our secluded camp for the night, Gunns Camp. I have very rarely been cold on my trip but I was seriously freezing in bed that night. I snuggled tightly under two duvets and a whole heap of clothes and I was still cold! There was next to no heating in the room though, so I have an excuse! (http://www.gunnscamp.org.nz). Invercargill or Stewart Island? I had ...
... to Slope Point. Another beautiful day with thick mist burning off quickly. That's three sunny days in a row. Absolute madness. We might have to put sun cream on the tent. The ride to Slope Point provided further pleasant views of the coast, before the road turned to gravel and kicked up steeply and then down steeply to Slope Point - the most southerly point in New Zealand (no it's not Bluff people). The sign advertising this fact was ...
... also had an animal enclosure, with rabbits, chickens, pigs, wallabies and deer. All set out in a big circle. They also had three large aviaries full of native exotic birds. From there we went to E. Hayes and Son shop to see Burt Munro's motor cycle "The Fastest Indian" They also had a collection of other historic motor bikes, including an Ariel Square Four. ...
... are possibly the most ancient living penguins of all, and maybe the rarest (I guess no one really knows for sure). They are endangered and the only place they are found in the world is in southern New Zealand. At the moment, they are looking after the babies and take it in turns to go out and catch fish. They leave the nest early in the morning and come back at dusk. We waited patiently in the pouring the rain, but eventually a lonely penguin ...
... more than just a viewing platform. Kirsty was equally impressed with the falls, and glad she made the effort to come up.
There was a sign at the start of the walk advising that the falls were named after a landowner who has since passed away, but had opened up the falls for others to see. The sign also advised that the track was made and maintained by the Department of Conservation with the support of school children from a local high ...