Sue and Martin in Mallorca 2019

Sue and Martin in Mallorca 2019
On the Archduke's Path in Mallorca

Thursday, 14 May 2020

New Zealand Revisited (6)

It has been another productive day for photo processing, and I'm enjoying selecting one picture from each day for these rather rushed postings.
On 16 February 2008 we found ourselves in Renwick, wine producing country, so we lunched - with copious amounts of wine - at Framingham, a Marlborough winery (above).
By 17 February we were in Nelson, admiring the stained glass windows from within the rather odd looking cathedral.
Our next adventure, starting on 18 February, was a three day kayaking trip on the Abel Tasman coast.
It was an organised trip, with good guidance and good food. Here we are on 19 February, awaiting our evening meal.

The trip continued into 20 February, when we took a short break on the beach at Pitt Head.
Kayaking over, we moved on to Picton, from where on 21 February we walked a short but scenic section of the Queen Charlotte Track, which yielded some fine views.
22 February marked our crossing to the North Island, with this 'sun dog' impressing us at one point.
The botanic garden in Wellington kept us occupied for a few hours on 23 February - the flower below is an 'August Koch' water lily.
On 24 February we left our Wellington base - Plimmerton - pictured below at the start of a rainy day, and headed to Rap, Raft 'n' Rock bunkhouse, near Waitomo Caves

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