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... Beside the Movie-Set we also visited the biggest Kiwi-Plantation in New Zealand. Also a nice experience. But finally I was a little bit overwhelmed with 60 different kinds of Kiwis.
As a relaxing walk for afternoon we decided to take the Mount Maunganui (or something like that, it all sounds the same). Again an incredible view.
But I'll never get used to them though.
Yoga at 8am was interesting with an indian instructor. He wasn't as good as the Swedish looking instructor in Patnem and favoured floor stretches over anything else, which was fine for Georgia but not so great for me. He did push me to touch my toes to my head and Georgia to touch her toes to the back of her head! He did a weird sucked in stomach wave with his abs at the end and some nasal breathing techniques. The session lasted around 1 1/2 hours. After yoga I had ...
... under a waterfall to the delight of some (mainly younger) passengers.
Then our boat docked at the Milford Discovery Centre and Underwater Observatory where we learnt about and observed the sea life of the area including Black Coral, which is actually white. My only disappointment here was that we could just stay half an hour. I would liked to have stayed all day to watch what came swimming by the window 10 metres below the surface.
Our bus driver had asked earlier ...
... 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 ...
... a map which had everything numbered but turned it over only to find there was no key, (a great help as you can imagine) and decided to just follow the path next to the information centre. I suddenly came across a fountain surrounded by a number of different exits with different gardens labelled so I headed for the Tropical Garden. I was impressed but at this stage still unsure what else there was. Next I was in a traditional Maori garden called the Te Parapara which was ...