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... cream. The one that Sue is holding is a single scoop for $3 (£1.50) on the sea front. (Kiwis are not very good with numbers- a single scoop is actually two scoops) We are not to good with portion control and we bought too much monkfish yesterday so we are finishing it off tonight! (As per photo) I'm putting too many cooking photos on the blog. I got the idea from BBC programme planners it's a good cheap ...
... Poverty Bay.
We got dropped of at the waterfront for a short walk to the statue of Captain Cook. Afterwards Jason brought us to the top of Kaiti Hill which offers a lookout over the city of Gisborne and the Bay.
We ended the evening with a group dinner at our beach front accommodation for the night at Dive Tatapouri, getting to know each other. I met Ash - who'll come up in some later posts as well - and one of the most amazing girls I ever met: ...
... 2 onions, chopped
· 3 cloves of garlic, crushed
· 1 teaspoon turmeric
· 2 teaspoons cumin seeds
· 1 teaspoon mustard seeds
· 2 lime or curry leaves
· 1 teaspoon salt
· 1 tablespoon garam masala
· 1 fresh chilli, chopped finely
· 2 or 3 eggplants, washed dried and chopped
· Juice and rind of one lemon
· 1 tablespoon of ...
... in the middle. Several other lakes have filled in other exploded out craters to make a lovely, though slightly stinky area with exotic forests and lakes.
We rounded our course back north towards Tauranga and headed for lunch at that field. During lunch we set up our afternoon entertainment: a photo shoot of a Europa. The pilot, Tim, had gotten sponsorship from Europa and was doing some marketing for them on the Safari. ...
... and because we were getting a late start (2:30), I believed we should tackle the shorter green walk. As we walked to the starting point, we ran into Jane and told her our plans. The look she gave us should have been enough to scrap the plans and find another activity, but, at my urging, we pushed on. Initially, it was no different than walking through pastures in Arkansas. After about a mile, though, the paths became a little less evident which made locating the ...