Monthly Archives: December 2015
There are 2 queues at the Motueka Sunday market. There’s one for Carl and his whitebait sammies. And there’s one for Rodrigo’s Sourdough Bread truck. Never thought of having a sourdough doughnut (sour2doughnut…?), but they’re… intersting. Baguettes to match any … Continue reading
Breed in Alaska, fly non-stop at 50km/h at 3-6km above the ocean, spend the summer here. Fly back in March. I mean, it’s REALLY nice here, but that’s a lot of work….
Nick Smith (l) is the local Member of Parliament for Nelson and a minister in John Key’s (r) National (Conservative) government. He sets up his caravan at the Nelson market on Saturdays and (if he’s there) chats with the locals. … Continue reading
…like the sign at Guyton Fisheries in Richmond. Oh. and they won’t have much fish, because the crews are all on holiday too….
The big table at Red Gallery’s café is the place to be. Especially with a hot chocolate and a date scone
Nelson cathedral, where people can leave messages for the departed loved ones. “Moving” doesn’t come close….
…like the pohutukawa blossom.