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Day 16 was wet and windy. But it was warm and
Paul’s originally from the North Island and he lived in the United States for 25 years. He said he came back to New Zealand with his American wife ten years ago.
We built this place kind of with an American flavour. It’s a little different to an average Kiwi cafe/restaurant. And we use a lot of wood. And we’ve used
Before starting to build this place in 2005, Paul said they travelled extensively around New Zealand in a campervan to check out other holiday parks.
I love to
We continued on the Southern Scenic Route towards Invercargill.
There are lots of short walks and sightseeing points along this route
We stopped for lunch at a picnic area in a place called Quarry Hills.
This is a dump station. There are lots of dump stations like that around New Zealand where you can empty your waste if you’re freedom camping.
These cows started following us for some reason. Maybe they wanted to join our tour.
Invercargill is the southernmost city in New Zealand.
Apparently there are lots of the streets in the city centre named after rivers in the UK, like Don and Esk.
I posted a postcard of the McLean Falls and the Whistling Frog Café and Bar to Japan.
Then we drove to Bluff, the southernmost town in New Zealand.
We had a coffee at the Anchorage Cafe. I wrote my name in the visitors’ book.
We played pool at the Eagle Hotel.
That night we stayed
There were no staff
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