Punga Cove Resort
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... blue whale hanging from the ceiling, with a head about the size of a van. And that's the smaller size blue whale! There was also a volcanoes and earthquakes section where you could stand in a room and it would shake as though you are in an earthquake. Then I had a wonder around the city including going to Courtnay Place and Cuba Street. Cuba st ...
... the whole atmosphere seems less charged than in Australia.
This is truly a big little city. Or a little big city. Not sure which. It has trash and graffiti and hip coffee shops (lots and lots of them) a pedestrian mall section with a collection of shops – where skateboarders careen. It is big enough to have different types – the collegiate/jock, the burnout, the goth, the ...
... Sofitel being one of them. I still say the best bed is at the Sofitel in Montreal. Unfortunately can't say the same about "The Sofitel" in Los Angeles. We had a quick breakfast and off to the Te Papa, the national museum of New Zealand. It was great. Spent a few hours there and walked the Oriental Parade along the waterfront. Some beautiful million dollar homes overlooking the water. There is a cruise ...
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 ...
... are the prows of sunken wakas (canoes). The steep, wooded hills and small quiet bays of the sounds are sparsely populated, as access is difficult. Many of the small settlements and isolated houses are only accessible by boat and Picton is their main port. The sounds were already extensively travelled and partly inhabited by Māori groups before Captain Cook visited them in the 1770s, discovering a plant (Cooks Scurvy Grass) high in vitamin C which helped ...