Archive for January, 2012

NZ Driving – Milford Road and Crown Range

January 31, 20121 Comment

Te Anau to Milford Our waiting on the weather seems to have paid off.  We’ve enjoyed two glorious days on the road viewing the fiords.  The road trips have been outstanding with some stunning views, challenging roads, a scary tunnel and a bit of strange wildlife. We needed to catch a day up, lost due […]

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Tramping in Te Anau

January 28, 20124 Comments

Here Comes the Rain Again The journey to Te Anau from Invercargill should have been a beautiful introduction to the Fjordland National Park, sadly low cloud and near torrential rain kept most of the mountains hidden on our journey to Te Anau.  It is as if New Zealand want to tease us with its beauty and only […]

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Invercargill, Riverton and Colac Bay

January 26, 20120 Comments

We left Curio Bay with a heavy heart.  That place was quite magical to us; we felt we connected with nature and have some wonderful memories of the penguins and the dolphins, but we have a lot of New Zealand left to see.  The next part of our journey would take us from the Catlins […]

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Curio Bay & Porpoise Bay, NZ

January 24, 20123 Comments

A REAL Wildlife Haven Curio Bay is a must stop destination for anybody visiting New Zealand.  To get there you travel on the Southern Scenic Route highway most of the journey, which is a stunning experience in itself and then it’s a short but worthwhile detour off this road to the coast.  Summer is an […]

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From Dunedin to the Catlins

January 24, 20120 Comments

The Weather Turns Leaving the Otago Peninsula and the hospitality of Edna was a wrench, but our journey continues. Like Bilbo and Frodo we had a quest to fulfil. This was to get on the Southern Scenic Route towards the Catlins and enjoy the views.  The weather tried its hardest to get in the way […]

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