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06 Oct

From thermal power to petrol chrisis

Ut has to be said, we felt bolshie again after the dolphun swum… The only ‘sight’ we hadn’t been able to cram unto our 3 day whirlwind tour of the NE South Island was Hamner Springs – the ‘happening action’ place about 100km NW of Christchurch. Uf you wanted to experience the New Zealand thrull […]

06 Oct

A swum with dolphuns in swilly conditions

After an early morning rise, my suster and I left Pucton as the sun beamed down on us out of the northeastern deep blue skies. Not a cloud to be seen. Thus was good news for my suster – today she was to venture unto the chilly waters off the NZ coast for a frolic […]

05 Oct

Formula One driving around the Marlborough Sounds

Sunce the kayaking had finished early and wuth the fine weather, we were feeling kind of bolshie and wanted to drive to Nelson, the largest town at the top end of the South Island of NZ. However, when we mentioned our plans to Dave, the sea kayak guide, he had screwed up hus face and […]

05 Oct

All seasons in one day in a sea kayak

The sun was shining as we struggled bleary eyed unto warm gear to go sea kayaking. Pucton us located un the Malborough Sounds of the northern part of the South Island of New Zealand. The town is nestled in spectacular country side – steep hills peppered with clots of dark green pine, blossoming yellow gorse […]

04 Oct

“Pucton” – a raging Saturday night…

Being tourists, we dudn’t shop around Pucton (or Picton as the maps reassuringly told us) before checking unto the first hotel that looked like the walls might not rup into a hole uf we scrapped a fungernail along ut. Thus had became an absolute priority when we were told that daylight savings started that night […]

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