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... closed in and the only stop then was a pitstop for Karly for a pie!
We arrived back in Auckland at rush hour and traffic was dense and slow moving.
The evening finished with tales of our day and a wonderful Indian dinner!
Barbara had driven another 400 Kms ( 250 miles) today and in awful weather. She was brilliant!
... s now a very select place with lovely waterfront properties and up market restaurants. We sampled one of those - Sally's - where we had another lovely meal of green-shelled mussels. We spent our last evening in Haruru drinking wine on the verandah again and watching the sun go down on the Bay of Islands. We've really enjoyed the peaceful setting of Cook's Lookout. So tomorrow, we travel to Auckland for the final destination of our ...
Then we went by car ferry to Russell, possibly the oldest town in New Zealand originally a whaling station where we had a drink before returning to Pahia for dinner.
The next morning we set off early (again) on fortunately a glorious sunny morning for the fishing trip with Captain Bucko organised by Kieran. A 7 am start and we zoomed off in Captin Bucko's boat with his 11 yr old son Boston - an expert at reeliing in the fish - first to fish for mackerel which ...
... was signed. However the two British men who studied Maori language weren't translators and their were problems with it,a sore point for many years. A funny story about one of the Maori chiefs who protested the British rule several year later... He cut down the flagpole that flew the original NZ flag and Union Jack, not once but four times in total. I haven't read any NZ history books, but gained this all from the tour and visiting the gallery, ...
... We also got to meet some of the eels resident in the stream that ran through the cave.
The next stop was at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, one of the most important places in NZ – basically the birthplace of the modern country. Several Englishmen organised many of the Maori chiefs to sign a treaty which recognised the independence of the country whilst bringing it under the protection of Britain.
Rainbow Falls was the next ...