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... to a small town called Onhaewai where the road forked so I turned to my navigator " left or right?" Now I forgot to mentioned my navigator seemed unable to say left or right she would just point in the general direction . So we went left , then spotted a Maori woman hitching , i pulled over . She said she was going to Awanui which is much further North. I said that we were going to Paihai via KeriKeri. She jumped in and I said we would drop her at ...
... to Russell, what a great school run, I'd be so envious if I wasn't 35! I imagine it can get a bit rough tho! When we got across all we saw were signs saying Warning Tsunami Risk Area...in the event of an earthquake or alarm make your way inland or to high ground...oh great!! We hadn't been here long when an alarm went off...fortunately for the rural fire dept! Wee got to our ...
... today I kind of understand why. They are lovely to ride, like all things but there's such a lot of faff that's involved with them. My back side bloody hurt too! We got a ride back to our hostel in a dodgy limo which was random and then we just headed to the beautiful beach to catch the last of the sun and blue skies. I'm trying to tan the rest of my body as from my shoulders through to my knees is talcon powder white and the rest of me is Oompa Loompa orange. Feeling ...
Top Ten Campsite Highlights: walk up Flagstaff Hill- amazing views, yummy ice cream on the beach(lemongrass and ginger!) BBQ beef and salad for dinner at the campsite, sailing boat trip around the bay of islands with the lovely Robin and Rick, quick stop off for a walk up to the top of Motorua (one of the islands) and a sail past the Black Rocks, back just before a massive ...
... independence. This was due to the fact a French warship was situated in the Bay and the Maoris slaughtered an early French explorer and ate him back in 1772. The French claimed the island they landed upon, but it was earlier claimed by Captain Cook. The Maori chiefs saw the strength of the sovereignty as they had previously defeated France. Several more years later, after three days of negotiation between Busby, Hobson and the Maori chiefs ...