Lochmara Lodge - Wildlife Recovery and Arts Centre
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I am taking advantage of a few hours to myself, a random internet connection and tales to tell. Our group has split up,for a,few days with some going backpacking and myself and 4 others going kayaking. We left Kaiakora yesterday morning, explored more of the coast on our way to Renwick which is in the heart of Marlborough wine country. Not the …
The Queen Charlotte Trek travels the Marlborough sounds between various resorts dotted into the hillside and accessible only by boat. We stayed at Lochmara Lodge, where we saw glow worms and swam with phosphorescence! The phosphorescence was like swimming through glitter. Unfortunately, all we could capture on film was blackness, so all the photos …
... the 4 of us found some excellent wine, beer, cheese, cold meats, nuts, potatoes, pancake mix and chocolates. We were all set for an awesome, scrummy Christmas Day :-) After unpacking and chilling out for a bit we decided to head into town (a 5 min walk) and see what Picton had to offer us on Christmas Eve. The restaurant we had eaten lunch in the day previously (Cortado) seemed really popular and had a good vibe. After a little wait we were able to get a ...
We leave Westport at 09:30 and head to Lake Mahinapua. On the way we take a couple of short walks on the Truman Track and then Punakaki Pancake Rocks, these amazing rocks that have layers that look like pancakes. No one really knows how they were formed. We then stop at a place called Hokika where we have lunch and buy stuff for a fancy dress party tonight. ...
... be windy, but we didn't feel a thing. We got out of the chopper as the pilot left it running, and went close to the edge to get the pictures of the seals from above. We also had pictures back north towards Kaikoura with the mountains behind. After a quick 5 minute stop, we got back into the chopper, this time it was Janessa's turn to sit in the front. I climbed in the back and we took off. We got about 10' in the air before zooming ahead and over the ...