Punga Cove Resort
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... exhibition. The decorations and posters were of primary school standard but it was nonetheless an informative experience, and looking back perhaps it was aimed at and also designed by school kids. 35 minutes well spent however. As the weather drew nearer we passed a seal colony, all sorts of different birds and the same woman about six times as Ali stopped to take photos and then we overtook her again. The pace quickened as it started raining and after about 4 and a half hours we made ...
... grey shorts and socks up to their knees. There doesn't seem to be any rebels amongst them! All this culture made us hungry so we made our way down to the harbour and you can see Heulwen's raw steak cooking to her liking on a hot stone at the table and washed down with local beer! After that it was the Wellington's maritime museum and NZ national museum the Te Papa Tongarewa, which was amazing and surpassed the museum in Auckland we visited. Just too much to see and take in. We ...
... knowledgeable about New Zealand and had great pride in his country and genuinely loved sharing it with us. He had a great sense of humor but never at the expense of people or mean spirited. He was warm, friendly and empathetic. And he was super organized....everything moved like clockwork. People who are experienced with OAT told us that is their differentiator...they have the best guides bar none. 2. Great tour mates. We were 8 couples who all came ...
... house. These were full of colour and had such varied areas of planting.
The Te Papa Museum is also impressive and will be remembers for the displays but also the fast internet speed and unlimited coffee refills!
In the evening we were joined by Ruth's brothers and parents for a meal in a pub five minutes from our camp site.
At the end of part one I had decided on the French Pass, so I rang up the campground and spoke to Grace - for some reason I instantly liked her and she encouraged me to make the whole journey in one day - she said its a glorious day, come on over, in her soft American accent. So I did. I left and said goodbye to a Kiwi family I met at the toilets and was off at 11am. I spent one and half hours sweeping myself along the curvaceous roads until ...