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Posts Tagged ‘kayaking


16 April 2011

Kiwi adventures

Written by Maureen People come to New Zealand to experience the great outdoors and we were no different. Thanks to Matt’s parents, we were able sample some of the best experiences the country has to offer. We cruised, walked, messed about on kayaks, tottered on a glacier and saw enough cetaceans, pinipeds and avians to » » »



10 January 2011

The secret lagoon

7th January 2011 It’s the kind of place a film-maker or a fantasy novelist would invent. A tiny island in the Andaman Sea, less than half a kilometer across with sheer cliffs on all sides. But on one side there is a hole in the foot of the cliff, visible only at low tide, through » » »



7 January 2011

Delicious

6th January 2011 The sea kayak is not like a normal kayak. It’s actually a big air-filled yellow banana with dimples in the top for two bums and four heels. And yet it is surprisingly stable and floats a treat. We went paddling out off the beach to a nearby speck of an island, a » » »



5 January 2011

Khao Sok

Khao Sok lake is a very special place to watch for wildlife. Instead of tramping through a mosquito-infested jungle in the constant shadow of towering trees and visibility of twenty metres, you get to glide across an enormous lake surrounded by limestone cliffs and thick jungle in either a longtail boat or kayak.