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Two Guys, One Spoon

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A nice little travel scar to start the trip off with. The next day saw us grab breakfast at a place which served quinoa toast topped with eggs avocado and bruschetta. Straight out of the land before time, big glaciers coming down rainforest valleys, and not 5 min drive off the coast highway. We took the opportunity to fill up our water with pure glacial water which was very pure and crisp. We woke up about 4 am to snow coming down on us and had to climb down in the dark with only one light.

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Two Guys, One Spoon

one guy two spoons

Slept in the car again, woke up drove to Abel Tasman and walked 25km of the Great Coastal Track there. That about wrapped up our trip other than a gorgeous sunrise over a river the next morning and 8 hours in the Christchurch airport. Followed this up with another hike to get a good view of the ocean and daunting snow capped mountains behind us. Then walked over the bridge go north Sydney which we both found more to our liking and more laid back to have some bomb fish and chips. The next morning saw us at the Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers which were quite something else. We got go Sydney with zero plans and decided that heading to Bondi beach was a good idea. Best discovery of Sydney was made here, the restaurant served a drink called Teh Tarik which is a traditional Malaysian tea.

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Two Guys, One Spoon

one guy two spoons

After the tunnel the drive leads into Milford. Got there pretty late and decided a park was a good place to sleep, woke up and realized we were much more in the open than we realized. Almost to much to take in and comprehend. No big deal really, headed down into the city after that to check out what Sydney was about and spent most of the day just wandering around the city and checking stuff out. Got into Dunedin about dinner time and grabbed some food, checked out the town and headed west towards Te Anau. Went back to the hostel, went to the room next door because frankly our room kinda was a downer, before heading out for the night. Wednesday morning saw me up and at the bus station at 4am to catch a bus to the airport for my 6am flight to Sydney.

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Salad Fingers 1: Spoons

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Caught a train back to the airport to catch our flight into Christchurch. The Opera House and Harbour Bridge were the standouts as they are pretty spectacular. Great way to start off Easter Sunday. Landed in Christchurch at 130 am, grabbed a food and slept for a couple hours till they woke everyone up at 5am. We drove down through a couple of cool towns along the east coast and hit a few scenic spots to see seals and penguins. Waterfalls, glacial valleys, a lake high atop the saddle and absolutely breathtaking views. Met up with a couple of people we know from Cairns and Chapman who were kind of enough to let us crash on their couches for the night.

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Two Guys, One Spoon

one guy two spoons

Went to a real good Malaysian food place that was quite good after traveling on about 3 hours sleep and walking around all day with a stuffed backpack. The sheer scale of things there was amazing. Decided to walk the 15km into town at 530 am and did. All in all, a crazy, exhilarating and epic trip with lots of stories to tell, experiences and pictures to share. Had some spectacular views there as well. It was just gorgeous and so impressive to see it all.

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Two Guys, One Spoon

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Went over and checked into the only night of hostel stay we had the whole trip, walked over to Darling harbour which was a real cool area and then took a monorail around part of the city. Picked up a couple of German dudes hitchhiking and gave them a lift into the park. . Went and hiked Ben Loman Saddle the next day for some more awesome views of the mountains and lake surrounding Queenstown. Driving on the left side was quite fun and not really hard at all. Yes, seal pups, in a pool at the base of a waterfall. Got back to the car and drove back to Milford to kayak on the sound which was just mind blowing.

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Two Guys, One Spoon

one guy two spoons

We pitched our tent on top of the saddle overlooking the glacial valleys and Milford Sound. After that we continued up the west coast into Greymouth and then cut inland towards Nelson and Abel Tasman National Park. The following day saw us over in Marlborough Sounds hiking the Queen Charlotte track after having a mild confrontation on a mountain road with a cow just strolling down it. Driving into the fiordlands entails some of the most epic scenery on the planet as well as th 1km long homer tunnel. Ended up at a bar across town and managed to get separated crossing a rainbow road. The next day we went down to Kaikoura slept in the car on the beach and woke up to sunrise over the ocean with snowcapped mountains surrounding the bay.

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