Doutful Sound

Day 5 and we now sail to the Tasman Sea via the Navigator.

We stayed overnight in a small ship holding 40 or so, in tiny bunk-beds. The food was glorious, the people friendly, and the views were AMAZING. We saw waterfalls galore, dolphins chasing the boat, swam in arctic cold water, kayaked to the shoreline, and star gazed. 

This is considered to be one of the quietest places on earth with no sound pollution. There is only the sound of birds and waterfalls. This fiord is sacred/protected by the Maori and Kiwi's. 

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