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... for boiling shellfish.
We had a mellow dinner and played our game of keep away and then to bed.
Thu Mar 20
Slow morning. Independent walks. Lunch at Thai.
Fished and caught one. Decided to go to pier. Caught a fish then a duck.
Took ferry to Pahia. Not much to do even for an hour. Super short hike, bratwurst and bread. Then ferry back to Russell.
Afternoon of ...
... our short visit to KeriKeri, we drove to the Puketi Forest where we saw some towering, 500 year old kauri trees...the largest of NZ native trees. While this entire area was once covered by these gigantic trees, gross exploitation for construction purposes in the 1800's left very few specimens in existence today. The over 200 foot war canoes used by the Maori were carved from these magnificent trees.
After our visit to the forest ...
... which country it represented. The hostel was quiet and dark at 10.30, with the lovely communal kitchen and viewing area upstairs having shut at 9.30, and I hit the sack, ready for an early start and tour the next day. Dickens on: Mr. Bucket "A servant came to the door to announce Mr. Bucket, which was quite unnecessary, for Mr. Bucket was already looking in over the servant's shoulder." The legal system "He said this at the stair-head, ...
Top Ten Campsite
Highlights: walk up Flagstaff Hill- amazing views, yummy ice cream on the beach(lemongrass and ginger!) BBQ beef and salad for dinner at the campsite, sailing boat trip around the bay of islands with the lovely Robin and Rick, quick stop off for a walk up to the top of Motorua (one of the islands) and a sail past the Black Rocks, back just before a massive ...
... way to spend Christmas Eve than we are used to, but loved it nonetheless and a good distraction from the fact we are away from family and friends. Tonight after we had cooked dinner we sat outside watching the sunset over the bay and chatting to our neighbours - an Irish couple with 3 kids - who are on holiday for a month. We eventually went to bed when we got told off by the park ranger for making too much noise. Apparently he had had 2 complaints even though we were just talking - ...