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Pami & Claire down under

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Since : 02/02/2012

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The Road Trip - Part 6: The South Island from Hokitika to Farewell Spit / L’aventure en tuture - Partie 6: L’île du Sud de Hokitika à Farewell Spit

The Road Trip - Part 6: The South Island from Hokitika to Farewell Spit / L’aventure en tuture - Partie 6: L’île du Sud de Hokitika à Farewell Spit

From the 18 th March to the 21 th March 2012 Du 18 au 21 mars 2012 We said “see you soon” to the guys as they headed of for Christchurch to catch their plane to Auckland and we were continuing our road trip. We stopped at Punakaiki to visit the Pancake Rocks…rather impressive. The rocks are formed from heavily eroded limestone and immense pre
The Road Trip - Part 4: The South Island from Bluff to Queenstown / L’aventure en tuture - Partie 4: L’île du Sud de Bluff à Queenstown

The Road Trip - Part 4: The South Island from Bluff to Queenstown / L’aventure en tuture - Partie 4: L’île du Sud de Bluff à Queenstown

From the 4 th March to the 9 th March 2012 Du 4 au 9 mars 2012 Soazic (Claire’s sister) recommended a hike for us to do whilst in the Fiordland National Park in the South Island. It was awesome; the hike that we did was Rainbow Reach to Shallow Bay which is part of the Keepler track: one of the famous tracks ( Great Walk) to do in South Island. W
Whakatane and Ohope

Whakatane and Ohope

May 2012 We enjoyed a Sunday drive out to Whakatane and Ohope where we explored the little villages and soaked up in the autumn sunshine. The 2 cities sit in the spectacular Eastern Bay of Plenty of New Zealand, right beside the Pacific Ocean. Petite sortie du dimanche direction Whakatane et Ohope sous un magnifique soleil d’automne. Les deux vil
The Road Trip - Part 2: The South Island from Picton to Mt Cook / L’aventure en tuture - Partie 2: L’île du Sud de Picton à Mt Cook

The Road Trip - Part 2: The South Island from Picton to Mt Cook / L’aventure en tuture - Partie 2: L’île du Sud de Picton à Mt Cook

From the 20 th to the 25 th of February 2012 Du 20 au 25 février 2012 We had a nice sail from Wellington to Picton. We then headed in search of Kaikoura’s wildlife and we sure did find some. Among many sites were lots of seal colonies! Noisy and stinky but a site worth seeing. Après une très belle traversée en ferry de Wellington (Ile du Nord
Rotorua Region

Rotorua Region

May 2012 During our time spent in Te Puke we made the most of our free days and visited Rotorua Region. Rotorua is one place where the turbulent forces that formed New Zealand are most evident. This city, on the Volcanic Plateau, has one of the world’s most lively fields of geothermal activity. Skyrocketing geysers, hot springs and boiling mud po
The Road Trip - Part 3: The South Island from Mt Cook to Bluff / L’aventure en tuture - Partie 3: L’île du Sud du Mont Cook à Bluff

The Road Trip - Part 3: The South Island from Mt Cook to Bluff / L’aventure en tuture - Partie 3: L’île du Sud du Mont Cook à Bluff

From the 26 th February to the 3 rd March 2012 Du 26 février au 3 mars 2012 1 st laundry stop of the trip in Oamaru…ahhh nice fresh clothes!! Oamaru is a popular spot to see Penguins, however the companies charge quite a lot to take part in a tour and we decided that we would rather see them in their natural habit without tourist and guides crow
The Road Trip - Part 5: The South Island from Queenstown to Hokitika / L’aventure en tuture - Partie 5: L’île du Sud de Queenstown à Hokitika

The Road Trip - Part 5: The South Island from Queenstown to Hokitika / L’aventure en tuture - Partie 5: L’île du Sud de Queenstown à Hokitika

From the 10 th March to the 17 th March 2012 Du 10 au 17 mars 2012 Yes the guys arrive today! Guys = Steve, Fern, Raf and Kay (two friends from Vancouver that were having holidays in NZ). We met them at the airport and then headed to our awesome batch to unpack and for the two gypsies (Claire and Pami) time to do some laundry. We enjoyed some time