Lochmara Lodge - Wildlife Recovery and Arts Centre
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- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Hot tub
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... was tough work but we got some more nice views out on to the Sounds and the really turquoise water. Back at the campsite, Anja picked another 10 mussels and forced me to eat one – it was slimy and salty but again we both survived. It was quite fortunate, as there was only 1 toilet in the campsite and around 12 other cars so it could have been a complete disaster.
On the Friday, we went to Havelock and boarded the Pelorus Sound Mail Boat. ...
... t want to open them!
Last stop of the day was Fromm, a lovely tasting room set amid rows and rows of grapevines. They have a very understated label, but the wines were very nice...D particularly liked their Pinot Gris, so a seventh bottle went into the MH, this one also very well-wrapped! Believe it or not, we were actually 'wined-out' after the four wineries, so we headed to our Native Parks Haven near Renwick.
... are around which helps stop the reaction and the intense itching. I had always imagined them with large gnashing teeth, biting through our delicate skin but Jeremy said they probably have little furry tongues which work their way in – and somehow that seems worse!
We decided to drive up to the dam to try and escape them (didn't work...) so had to drive back along the two or three kilometres of potholed track. David met a big 4WD and they both had to manoevre ...
... ahead - a self guided cycling tour around vineyards and a brewery, with many tastings of course! We hired bikes from the hostel for twenty-five dollars each. There was no chance of missing us on the road with our high visibility vests! We looked super cool! We cycled out of Blenheim on route six, heading towards Nelson.
We passed two girls - Lizzie and Jackie (who we would later spend the evening with drinking wine and eating ...