Kawau Lodge & Kawau Island Experience
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Today dawned cloudy but still warm and humid. We took the train into Auckland and then got the ferry to Devonport, which was reminiscent of a 1950s British seaside town. We enjoyed wandering around taking in the ambiance and exploring the little ...
... about 10 mins on the ferry and once off we walked for about 20 mins along the coast of the island to one of the beaches. Pretty normal beach, white shelly sand and nice and blue water, just what we like. Swam for a bit and went out to a little platform where we experimented with bri's go pro jumping off. My ocean swimming practise from Costa Rica definitely helped as the current was quite strong getting out there. About an hour later we ...
... like tourists!! Jim is the senior fire station officer at Henderson fire station. A city outside of Auckland. We talked for about an hour and said we should head back. He was kind enough to drive us around the suburbs of Auckland and gave us a tour himself. We drove around for about an hour and a half. He took us to this beautiful look out, one tree hill, ...
... waiting for our little car to be ready, etc.. The car we will be using is Janine's, the teacher from Dirk Hartog Island, who asked us if we could move it from Whangarei (North of Auckland) to Nelson in the South Island. We can also use it for all our travels :)
The area of Tuakau is mainly farmland and very hilly. At Natalie's, there's a big family house, a little cottage, in which we're staying, lots of land and a swimming pool with a priceless view. A ...
... that we can convince people to join us. Till now our offer has been met with hilarious laughter, but hopefully there will be some brave souls. Anybody wishing to join at any stage in the journey just send us a message and we will pick you up at the nearest airport/station or even detour to pick you up from home. At the moment we have no fixed plans. Actually no plans other than surviving the thirty six hour ordeal of moving between ...