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The South Island – The Catlins and Southland

The final route of our South Island Road trip was not quite as we had originally planned. The changes that were made largely reflected the fact there was going to be too much moving to the next place rather than enjoying the moment and relaxing in the current place. Hence, we added a few nights here and their to our stops, and cut the top half of the South Island from our trip.

We started in Dunedin, headed down to Invercargill for the night via The Catlins. From there we headed up to Te Anau taking the western most route, which is apparently also the most scenic, via Riverton, and this neat little place called Cosy Nook.

We took a LOT of photos along the way, and those who are friends with me on Facebook have most likely already seen them. But, for everyone else, here is the first part of our journey. πŸ™‚

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  1. Maree
    December 26, 2010 at 2:21 am

    Nice pic’s Jared, lovely part of the country! Glad you altered your trip it’s nice to take your time, I think it makes for a more pleasurable experience πŸ™‚

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