Lochmara Lodge - Wildlife Recovery and Arts Centre
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... that it was out of order!!
To continue our journey:
It was wet and murky in Picton, but I managed to buy a tea towel. The ferry terminal had had a power cut so no PA system, "look for a guy in a high vis' jacket, he'll shout when you can board".
Well we got on board and found the premium lounge. We paid £20 each and have free food and drink, comfy seats and big windows! There should be wifi as well but it's not working.
Due to low cloud we ...
Arrived at Picton, a picturesque town, in good time for the 11 am ferry. So we had a relaxing bacon, poached eggs and sea sick pills on toast near the marina. Lovely creamy fresh eggs, chewy, strawberry Bonines! The forecast for the Cook strait was gale force winds but it looked calm enough! Then the nightmare came! The woman at the gate told us that the ferry would ...
... and payed it forward. As we were putting our food into the van an older man walked up to talk to us. He told us he left his wallet at a coffee shop in Chaviot, just south of Kaikoura. He was looking for twenty bucks for fuel to get back there. We didn't have bills but gave him a handful of change, said it was maybe ten dollars. As we were sitting in the van, me eating ice cream, out of nowhere he popped up to the window and told us our ...
... how it creates and regulates the flow of oxygenated water as well as controlling the Sediments. This is thought to be the oldest rainforest in the world, and an ecosystem in its own right,I got to have a dip in the Gorge, which was, suffice to say, Gorgeous, but due to the heavy rain we didn't see any wildlife. Only one thing for it, we thought, lets head to Hartleys Crocodile Park, a famous attraction back down the coast towards Cairns. 5 metre ...