Punga Cove Resort
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Day 201 In the night, sporadic gusts of wind buffeted Fenton, even knocking some unwashed pans off the car next door early this morning. We were at the ferry terminal before seven and chatted to the Livermores and Tylers on FaceTime as we waited in the queue. As Ben ate his breakfast in the driver's seat, an environment officer came round to ask whether we had any equipment that had been in rivers. Contamination of water bodies with unsightly algae is seen as a ...
... and there was cleared land and a little Miners Camp honesty shop. We head along the other side of the bay, past some farm machinery and Masden's Camp, where Carmel was tempted by his hand crafted walking sticks, but decided the one Pete and I had found was better. We see the settlements across the inlet, and stride into Punga Cove Resort for a beer around 3pm. A good days walk, and at 13kms or more, it was no picnic. ...
Today we start our walk. Agreeing on a late start we awake to a beautiful day in Picton; redistribute our packs, to lighten the load and carry our food for the day. It's a glorious day in the sound, we pick up the boat at 9.30, and scramble for a seat on the smallish vessel. It's a beautiful ride to Ship Cove for the start of the walk. Captain Cook landed here to repair his boat, and get water. He came to ...
... showering and doing laundry whilst she snoozed.
By about five we were all ready to go out again and we walked down Cuba Street, a street of cool cafes and eateries that reminded us of Brunswick Street in Melbourne. We saw the Bucket Fountain and let Lotte have a go on the slide next to it, because of course. After a tootle to work up our appetite and get thoroughly wind blown (Lotte requested her woolly ...
Today I was awoken by the sound of sirens, reminding me that I was back in the city. I got up, had breakfast and went for a wander to decide what to do with my day. It was pretty good weather for Wellington, pretty breezy but still hot! I of course got lost in the city and by the time I had got my bearings it was lunch time. So I went and sat in the park and shared my sandwiches with some very tame sparrows, much to the ...