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... headline about the cyclone and the deaths caused by it. Maybe it'll be more exhausted nearer to us. This is quite a nice little summer resort, with tourist beds and second/holiday homes. The winter population is about 3,000. The sky became grey and the streets were empty. We went for a walk to find something to eat and were passed by a woman, not so young, on a skateboard, being towed along the pavement by two big dogs. Saw several surfers backing their gear into their cars at ...
We were there for about 20 minutes before we gave up and got back on the road. Thankfully our next stop, Cathedral Cove was not a disappointment at all. The hike down to the cove was jungley with beautiful views of far off islands. Once we got there, the tide was still out so we were still able to walk through the tunnel carved in the rock by the waves. The pictures turned out pretty well too! Cathedral Cove – 1, Hot Water Beach – ...
... Jaffas but every time the family introduces the dog, everybody is laughing because Jafa also means 'Just another ******* Aucklander' (the family lives in Auckland).
Our evening started slowly then with a glass of wine and a little conversation with Kornelia and Karl.
Of course, that was not all. We had to prove being real german girls, able to drink lots of beer. So, we had to drink beer out of a beer bong.
All in all, it was a nice and ...
Waihi was everything we expected it to be! We first went to the visitors centre which proved really helpful. We booked onto a Martha Gold Mine tour and it was fantastic! The centre is new and the Museum was really informative, beautifully done, and we spent 1 1/2 hours enjoying the displays. The tour bus then collected us and took us inside the open cast mining areas and the cyanide tanks. The process is still used ...
... The beach again had lovely fine white sand, with black volcanic sand at the very top and scattered driftwood and pine cones. It had a backdrop of trees, surrounded by the rocky face of the cove. Looking out to sea, the views were amazing, and not to forget the natural ‘hole in the rock’, caves and mini water falls. This was also the location of the film Narnia: Prince Caspian.After our gruelling walk back uphill, we filled up on lunch, and headed forth through the Bay ...