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... 37 - Next morning it was more back roads to Havelock and Hastings before we eventually reached the city of Napier. I booked into the YHA hostel for 2 nights as I felt that Nelson and I had earned a rest day from covering over 320 kls in4 days. I did find the time to take a walk on the beach. There was no sand at all, just dark pebbles
While taking my rest day in Napier I dutifully wrote an update for this blog and supposably sent ...
... of £30,000, a five bedroom detached house complete with separate granny annexe and large grounds for £100,000! Admittedly there are few jobs to be found around here, but probably a great place to retire to.
Driving a bit further around the coast we reach the Mahia Peninsula. This will be our home for the night, camped on the beach at Opoutama reserve. It is a long beach, strewn with driftwood, seaweed and shells. We go for a ...
... gannet colony. We had to stay behind a very low wooden barrier that ensured that we did not walk into their nesting area. However as the gannets cannot read they did not all remain on their side of it and some came walking very close to us as we sat and watched them. We had 45 minutes there watching them. The young were almost fully grown and some had already left for their journey to Western Australia. It is the first flight they make and they only return to Cape ...
... us about the rock slide!" Leaning forward, looking this way then that, his mass of long curly hair threatening to burst out from beneath his baseball cap, with eyes now sparkling, he said, "It's awesome, sweet as!" The rock slide is a natural phenomena, a river 45 minutes outside of Gisborne, descends a 60m rock face waterfall at a 40 degree angle into a pool at the bottom before narrowing, going over a large traditional waterfall and continuing ...
... and made our way back to the campsite for garlic baked Kahawai. This fish was like eating steak, so meaty and rich and flavoursome I was in heaven, hoping I would get the chance to eat some more in the future!
The following day we continued down south and stopped at another pier on the way which could have been the one painted on Freddie. No fishing this time although we continued further to find ourselves at Tolaga Bay, home to the ...