Thursday, February 23, 2012

Havelock to Picton

We left the Havelock camping ground around 9.30am it was 20 degrees,looked like we were in for a nice day. Decided to have a bit of a look around the Mariner,then took a walk up the street,slight drizzle.




Mussel Pot Restaurant

By the time we actually left Havelock at 10.55,there was only the odd spot of rain.The sun was out 21 degree ,beautiful,there was even a rainbow to complete the view.


 Somewhere over the rainbow...Havelock

We headed over to Kenopura which looked like dairy country,once again we are on a very windy road which seemed to go on forever.Stopped at Te Mahia for coffee,started drizzling again 11.45am & 19 degrees.



We arrived at Picton around 12.50 the temperature was now 21 degrees  & the sun was out with the odd spot of rain still.


View from the lookout showing Ferry Terminal for the Inter Island Ferry which travels between  Picton & Wellington,three ships are used for this service.

Had lunch then booked into the Top 10 which has been the most expensive place so far $40,was quite nice,it was about a 15 minute walk to town.


This is where we had lunch the "Flying Haggis",the sign below was hanging near the bar.



We had a look at the Mariner,had missed all the cruisers,but the day ended up being nice.

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