Kawau Lodge & Kawau Island Experience
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... city too-I've never seen so many sushi places a city and Asian supermarkets. The city also has the highest Pacific Islander population of any city in the world. I walked up Mount Eden which is lovely-360 degree views of the bay and the city. The city is so green-and the green is sooooo green. Hard to explain but the colours are just so vibrant. I never thought a country could be greener than England but now I know differently! After having stopped for lunch at ...
... re on holiday right?). We again had no real destination in mind but opted to go across the Northland to the west coast rather than continue north to the cape at the top of New Zealand and its drive-able 90 mile beach. A couple of wrong turns later and we were eventually en route to Opononi, a town which sits on the southern side of a large harbour in the north-west. We did take a pit stop on our journey to top up the petrol in the (thirsty) van and at $1.95 a litre it ...
... guy in sand and made him into a mermaid and then a turtle, and some of us had some photos next to a 'I love NZ' sign made of shells that one girl made. Once we all got a bit cold, we walked back up to the bus and went back to the hostel. Some of us then gathered in the common area and started to watch a film. Some people then started to prepare dinner - some making salads and prepping veggie ...
... Treaty Grounds/Kerikeri to learn NZ history 176km, approx 2hr 20 to Te Whanganui-A-Hei Marine Reserve: Hahei Beach on Cathedral Cove, coastal spot of Coromadel Peninsula: Hot Water Beach, dig-up own personal spa pool (tide dependent). Sunset around 1820. Freecamping: cathedral cove recreation reserve carpark (6 places, arrive 1500ish) OR DAY IN AUCKLAND AND WE DO ALL THE REST A DAY LATER Monday 28th: 216km, approx 2hr 55mins to Rotorua: traditional Maori heritage and ...
... in this beautiful view. The view was great because I could see the countless islands in the backdrop. Now I know why they call the area north of Auckland the Bay of Islands! Now if only the weather was a bit warmer so we could swim off shore but it was worth it just sitting on the beach. We took pictures and stood on the ship wrecks that we found on the beach. Was it worth the treacherous trail to get there? Perhaps... For the way back, just re-read that ...