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... and they are decimating the native plants and trees...there is actually an eradication program in place, so hated are they!
We stopped in the little town of Waihi to look at the huge open-pit gold mine (they've been pulling gold out of there since 1887!) and to have a beer at the local pub. It was a great place, one of the dozens of old historic buildings we've seen dotted throughout ...
... highest part of the land. Ha Hei means 'Breath of Hei' i.e. the nostrils of Hei breathing onto the mainland - I love this story!!
After our adventurous morning we took a ride to Hot Water Beach so named because you can dig hole in the sand, at low tide, and it will fill up with hot water from the Geo Thermals below it, thereby creating your own spa. The beach was teeming with people armed with their spades to experience this phenomena. We ...
... a paddle in the sea and ambled along like typical Brits but without the knotted hankie...A nice and relaxing day was had by both. We got back to our place a little late, had tea in and settled down to watch Robin Williams in the film, RV. What a howler, a real good mood factor...We have decided to extend our stay here for another day so we leave on the 17th and head straight for the ...
... do some colouring in Oliver's book .......great fun. In the afternoon Tony and Helen took the opportunity to walk to town to explore........yes you guessed....ladies clothing stores and beach shops. The excuse was that Helen needed a hat and we both needed beach towels but we never found any of these. We did find it very hot in town, at least 33 degrees, with no breeze at all. Ice creams when walking home were lovely. Our early evening involved ...
... was AMAZING! Mary took all these photos as she has the waterproof camera.
Quentin spoke my sentiments exactly when he commented that this was an auspicious way to start the new year - he was SO right. We even saw a blue penguin, the smallest penguin in the world! The photo of my hand is a single cell organism that eats the algae (I think that's right)...anyway, what ever it is it's very cool!
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