Comfort Inn Tayesta
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... rolling hills of the Shoalhaven.
One of things we did see on the way to Bluff were thousands of deer of all sizes, apparently the worlds highest exporter of venison and there they were in the paddocks proudly prancing around, they are so lovely for many reasons. Pity we are eating in tonight, not going out in that weather anyway.
So my dear ones, may we all pray for fine windless weather tomorrow for our next adventure.
Love you lot always. ...
Day 33. Wednesday 22nd April. Te Anau to Tuatapere. We were blessed with a beautifully sunny, blue skied day, and enjoyed the ride through rolling hills and autumn trees, and across the Clifden suspension bridge to the absolutely fantastic Last Light Lodge camp ground in Tuatapere - the sausage capital of NZ. Day 34. Thursday 23rd April. Tuatapere to Invercargill. Another beautiful day with the thick, low mist gradually lifting to give ...
... is not the most southerly point which is on the Catlin coast. Fabulous views from Bluff Hill looking north, over Bluff town and the Foveaux Strait towards Stewart Island. On my last night in Invercargill I managed to get out to Oreti Beach on the south coast just at sunset and a surfer was good enough to walk passed.
Then it was onto Queenstown for my last house exchange, passing through Mossburn, which is known as the deer capital of New Zealand.
... and trying to beat the time. My GPS even has a name, Judith, and she's become a huge crutch in my life. Until now... (I'm a map lover ya'll. Santa, I'll take a world atlas in my stocking, please). 7. And, of course, without Tuaca in my life, I've had to find another vice. I'm proud to say it's gelato. However, I'm not proud to say I resort to my new addiction daily- if not more... (Sea salt and Carmel gelato in a waffle cone? Yes ...
... because we also needed a shower.
After Invercargill, the Catlins Coast starts. We were ahead of schedule and so could take it nice and easy along here, which was good because this is an awesome coast. At Waipapa Point, we saw some huge sea lions (apparently they are only distantly related to lions and so their name is a bit misleading. I was surprised they were related at all!). Slope Point was next, which is the southernmost point on ...