Punga Cove Resort
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... week which made it tempting to stay inside. We met Simon for lunch, walked along the beach, ran in the forest, cooked a meal and got presents for the Poulsens, went to the Re:start mall, cycled to Sumner to see The Railwayman at the cinema there, and after contemplating one last cycle up Mount Unpleasant for the view, we decided to go straight to the Rocks café for a farewell coffee instead. We also had an unforgettable late night jam session with Rowan from across the road ...
... Must be a Tuesday thing. Our final bar was in a library. It was really cool with all sorts of little areas to sit in, all surrounded by full bookcases. It had an ace little atmosphere and plenty of opportunity to walk off with the books. Wellington is full of these quirky little bars, some you look like you're knocking on a random door, others full of books or have games outside. It's a brilliant place to go out. This one even had a bath tub in ...
... with it than with each other. It's also definitely a 'she' as the reg plate starts with 'her'. For such a small space it's so well designed and it works well as both a sleeping and a living environment. Jessie if you're reading this- only those who know their 'spaceship' was inferior feel the need for any Jucy-hatred (I may have overstepped the line here). It started well (badly) with Laura reading the map upside down (yes a short pause of appreciation for that) meaning ...
... through a place called Matata at one point and at exactly the same time Marissa and I both shouted HAKUNA! Yes, that happened. So obviously we had to stop and take a photo with the sign..
Something people always say about New Zealand is how beautiful it's scenery is and how remote everything is - you don't realise just how true this is until you experience it! Seriously beautiful and diverse and you can be driving for miles and barely see another human. The coastline ...
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 ...