Marine Reserved Apartments
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... a bench to sit on and watched the ocean. Suitably satiated I drove closer to the Mount and found some long parking on the harbour side. It was cloudy but quite warm and humid and it didn't take long after setting off to work up a sweat. I started with the base walk, around well, the base and it was just so pretty. Wide gravely path, lots of ferns and trees on the mountains side and the sea to the other, a clear teal green with beautiful ...
... 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 ...
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... 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 ...
Getting up just after the sun we once again struck camp around 8am and hit the road heading back to Auckland by a more scenic route than the more direct one we had followed before. First stop was Waipoua Forest where we walked to see the largest living tree in NZ followed by another short walk to see a group of Kauri trees known as the Four Sisters. The oldest tree is thought to be over 2000 yrs old and the girth approx. ...