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... just 3 of us left so it was very quiet.
There was another local cache which we found on our way to the other end of the beach to look for tuatuas at low tide. The water was lukewarm and we soon had enough kaimoana for a feed. When we got back to the car two Germans in a campervan asked what we had been doing down in the water…. We explained what the tuatua shuffle was and showed them what they looked like and how ...
... you get to see how the locals live. There's a bye-election going on up here in Northland at the moment – those politicians need to get out into rural Northland and see the draughty houses with black polythene covering up the open window spaces. How can families keep their kids warm and dry? No children living below the poverty line in NZ – yeah right!
... Grosser Service, Ventilspiel einstellen, Öl Wechsel, Kerzen Wechsel
... their weight in gold, but seriously. SO CRUCIAL.
So yesterday was my first day in Auckland, I spent it going downtown to get my bus ticket for today and then taking the ferry across the bay to a spot called Devonport. I met up with a new friend Cary, whom I was connected with via another friend from home. She gave me a beautiful driving tour of the town, we also walked up a nearby dormant volcano cone to get an AWESOME view of the city across the bay! It was ...
... to musical instruments, model boats, train sets, Maori memorabilia, etc., etc., but a lovely old couple. At the exit to the museum they have the mast from the Rainbow Warrior which was retrieved from the wreck after it was sunk by the the French Secret Service, a crewman lost his life. This is erected as a attribute to the cause and for the crewman. We are going to stay at Kauri Coast, Trounson Park this evening and then make our way along the Coast for our next nights ...