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... bit cloudy so we only stopped for lunch. Lunch was a Moroccan lentil salad with tomato, cucumber, chilli, turmeric and olive oil. I also had a small tin of tuna to accompany it. We decided, due to the turbulent weather, not to continue up the coromandel and instead headed for the waitomo glowworm caves. On the journey we had a discussion over the general healthiness, or lack of it, in the Indian cuisine. We agreed that ...
The day had come to say our goodbyes to everyone as we all head in our separate ways. The majority of people were getting the bus back to auckland but my plan of attack was to get the train to hamilton to go and see some friends we made back on a cruise a couple of years ago. You could tell everyone was in a different mood at breakfast and no one was ready to say good bye. They were leaving at 6:45 so we all went down and ...
... noise to brighten the glow worms’ luminescence.
Besides the glow worms, there were eels, enormous eels; they were huge and creepy. Dad tool photos with his go pro
This cave was dried out with no water, it had scary spiders and cave wetter’s, (large bugs, normally eaten on ‘I’m a celebrity get me out of here’).
It was great fun to enjoy the darkness of the caves and ...
... spots with some lovely parks and the beautiful Waikato river.
We had a brief recharge back at our hotel and then were invited to Aunty Ruth's for dinner where we caught up with James, Alan and Liz. Lots of new people for the girls to meet and we all had a great time telling stories and being generally loud. It has been many years since we have all caught up so great to be back in the right hemisphere to be able to do such things.
Cheers, the Berrys
... easy as the dirt wasn't too wet and muddy, we had to climb some pretty tough rocky cliffs a few had metal chains up the side of the cliffs to assist. We met a guy at what I assumed was the summit at the 2hour mark, he scoffed when I asked if it was the summit, he pointed it out and we continued on our way towards the summit, **** got real here and there were a series of down hill down hill down hill, followed by muddy swamps, followed by ...