Between GyPSy and Kim, I reckon we’d be lucky to navigate our way across a swinging bridge …
spent wasted $70 purchasing the up to date Navman maps for New Zealand before this trip, only to have GyPSy try and navigate us down a closed off road just a couple of kilometres from the airport shortly after arriving thus shattering our confidence in her directions for the rest of the trip.
Though this may have been a good thing as GyPSy later tried (not once, but twice) to convince us to turn off the highway and drive down a gravel service road running alongside a canal just before Twizel …which in and of itself would have been OK if it weren’t for the fact that I would have had to plunge 30 metres off a bridge to get onto the canal road.
But next to Kim, GyPSy was positively amazing.
|Which way should we go?|
This was vaguely funny when she said it, but became hilarious the next morning when Kim got to the junction and sure enough … she turned right and started walking back down the track the way we’d come.
Between GyPSy and Kim, I’ve got no idea how we got around South Island …