“A ship is safe in the harbor, but that’s not what ships are built for.” – Gael Attal

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Pit Stop in Picton

Arriving in Picton
Stephen and I and Some Boats 

The Ladies near the Water 

Our first stop on the South Island was the sleepy little town of Picton. It is small but BEAUTIFUL. Straight off the ferry we found our hostel called the Picton Lodge. This little place was ran by two old English women who, as Stephen said, were comparable to mother goose. With an early morning the next day, we explored the town a little, cooked up an Indian style dinner, and played a little UNO before bed.

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