New Zealand on the road – South Island (Part II)

We stay the night in Dunedin, where we found Pack’n Save a very cheap supermarket, and also has super cheap fuel! In the next morning, we went to the main square and walked around the octagonal streets of Dunedin. After lunch, we head to Otago Peninsula, in the highlands.

Dunedin

IMG_8887

IMG_8954

IMG_8973

IMG_8976

IMG_9033

Next day we saw the sunrise at Papatowai and later we visited Mclean Falls and Invercargill. We finish the day visiting The Bluff. We stayed the night at Lumsden, in a very spacious and free camping site.

Papatowai

IMG_9052

Mclean Falls

IMG_9087

IMG_9088

IMG_9083

Bluff

IMG_9171

Next day we head to Te Anau, which is the town on the way to Milford Sound. We stopped for a couple of hours and the head to Milford Sound.We stayed the night on the road in a very nice camping called Cascade Creek.

Te Anau

IMG_9202

IMG_9224-b.jpg

In the morning we head to Milford Sound and we took a cruise to go all along the fiord. We spend the afternoon traveling to Queenstown, where we stayed the night. By the morning we walked around Queenstown and it’s astonishing places, we visit a hill and a park.

We stayed the night near Haast and in the next morning, we stopped at the main beach and then we head to the Glaciers Fox and Franz Josef. We spend the day walking up to the glaciers.

Haast

IMG_0119-b

IMG_0095-b

We stayed the night near Greymouth in the next morning we start traveling to Picton, we stopped in Reefton for a couple of hours for a walking tour, then we head to Picton where we stayed the night to get into the Interislander Ferri the next morning.

 

 

 

 

 

Greymouth

IMG_0335-b.jpg

Reefton

IMG_0504

IMG_0503

Picton

IMG_0467-b.jpg

Advertisements

One thought on “New Zealand on the road – South Island (Part II)

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s