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Travel Blogs from Whangamata
... beach day! It’s about a ten-minute walk and we arrive to a beach that is already heaving with people. It is a shock to our systems as we had anticipated arriving to SOME people, but not a beach that seems to have no room for anybody new.
I often outrank Erik in the assertive department so I make it my business to investigate what’s going on. There are holes in the sand all over the place. Some are filled with couples or small ...
After a rainy night and a bit of a drizzly morning, its still
been a warm but breezy day. Bit late
getting on our walk today and it was a real resistance walk along the beach
with the driving wind along the beach.
Café Rossini today for our morning coffee – busy as! One of the ladys I spoke to on the next table
– a local as her husband then joined ...
... me people were falling in to the water, drowning their valuables. I turned around and saw her holding my camera high up in the air. She got a hug and a kiss on the cheek for her amazing feat. Then I noticed clothes and thongs floating out to sea, the wave had hit the huge boulder where most of our belongings were on. I looked for my little bag. There(!), just about to enter the ocean. I ran towards it, thinking to myself;
"Don't you dare ...
... We laid there for a while - basically having a large bath, on a beach, with lots of people we had just met on a coach that morning. Back to the room and into our first shared dorm of the trip which came equipped with all the things you would expect - bags and clothes everywhere and at least two people snoring which made a sort of tune although it wasn't very good. The next morning we had to be up and on the bus for 7.00am (see what I mean about the luxury being well and truly ...
... off an already disasterous day, I managed to spot a clearance sale in an outdoor sh
op which lead to several more pennies being spent, although at least I won't get a cold bottom due to my new merino wool pants (at 70% off) :-)
Thankfully disaster turned into discovery as we made it safely in our new camper to a small village called Hahei (which Scott has nicknamed Haiti) which became our base to explore a nice stretch of coastline home to a collection of ...
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