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... group will get on. Good and bad I guess? It’s been hard to sort out who is staying and who is going. Learning names will be a struggle. But it is easy to remember where people are from. With the exception of a few from the UK, everyone else is from Australia. I am the only American. In fact, I am the only person from the entirety of North America. I thought at least there would be some Canadians. Within one ...
... milling around everywhere. My heart sank. It appeared we’d be spending the next few days in the New Zealand equivalent of Brighton. It also didn’t help that the weather had changed, we drove through torrential rain and Paihia was cloudy and dull. Fortunately for us, the place we were staying was around 5-10 minutes drive from the town and in a quiet little pocket of houses near Haruru Falls (more about those later). We had our own quaint little unit with French ...
... alternative offered was a bit of a rust bucket with an automatic gearbox so Plan A it was. They drive on the left so that's easy although the indicators are on the right of the steering wheel so I kept turning on the wipers instead which amused me but confused the hell out of drivers behind me. We headed north on State Highway 1 before seeing a sign for a historic village named Puhoi. We turned off to have a quick look and ...
... catamaran did an amazing job and did attempt to sail through the actual hole, but the weather was just to choppy. It was pretty scary, so to be honest I was holding my breath and was more than glad when she started to back out of the hole. Just as I thought we were heading back to dry land, she went round to the other side of the hole and although she did not sail through she backed the catamaran right into the hole. There was not much ...
... province on file. This serves as sort of a fingerprint, to track individual dolphins. The comparison is made visually, mostly. There's probably some room for computer vision experts to help out here, when the collection gets larger.
Finally, we got back, did some shopping and cooked our first meal in new Zealand: pasta!
I'll fix up some more photo's, made by my friends later on :)