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We got picked up around noon and the rest of the day we'd be driving through the Waioeka Gorge to Gisborne. It was around Gisborne that Nicholas Young, a sailor on the Endeavour - Captain Cook's ship - spotted land in 1769. Cook wanted to establish friendly relations with the local Maori but the first contact did not go according to the Captain's wishes, resulting in the death of six Maori's. He left without any provisions and disappointedly named ...
... plunge in the cold one. Well, I alternated – Col only did the cold plunge once. Chicken. Although we felt really wonderful after our time at the pools, we wouldn't bother going back again. They are a bit dingey and lacking in any atmosphere.
Tonight finds us on the Mahia Peninsula. We are parked beside the Mahia Café as guests of Janey Bowen-Manaia. Janey was featured on the new TV program This Town – she runs the ...
... 2 onions, chopped
ˇ 3 cloves of garlic, crushed
ˇ 1 teaspoon turmeric
ˇ 2 teaspoons cumin seeds
ˇ 1 teaspoon mustard seeds
ˇ 2 lime or curry leaves
ˇ 1 teaspoon salt
ˇ 1 tablespoon garam masala
ˇ 1 fresh chilli, chopped finely
ˇ 2 or 3 eggplants, washed dried and chopped
ˇ Juice and rind of one lemon
ˇ 1 tablespoon of ...
... been flogging brochures, pens and hats around the airfields we had visited.
Our course was going to take us around the most eastern part of New Zealand and then into Gisborne, the first city West of the date line to see the new day dawn. More stunning coastal scenery, now with an added bonus: a Europa flying in close formation. We picked a couple spots to make a big, slow circle so we could open the window and Jon could take ...
... in planning. Enjoy where you are when you are there because you have just that one chance for that experience. A man told me once that no matter where you were or what you were doing, it was a unique experience and could never be re-created. He said it was like water in a river, each moment the water passed, it would never be experienced the same again.
Cheers to all who made our North Island stay so perfect.
South Island, here we come!