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... t get any air in my lungs so calming me down wasn't easy. He suggested leaving me there to go and get my inhaler, there was no way he was leaving me there! Eventually I'm not sure how but my breathing started easing and I stopped gasping for air. We stayed there for a good 20 minutes before I had enough of my breath back to carry on. The descent, I think I took on more of a monkey than a human getting back down that hill. The rain was running down the pathway, it was just like an ...
... lesson, always be early as they don't wait. We then learnt we were off north of the island to Paihia, otherwise known as the Bay of Islands. We had no idea where we were going or the route, we kind of felt we had been chucked in the deep end, however, we knew we would get the grasp of it soon enough, hence having the attitude of just going along with whatever they said today in terms of accomendation etc.
The flow of the kiwi experience seems to ...
... weight: normal;">One small town here has public bathrooms to make reading material superfluous. A modern artist, Hunderwasser, went wild with coloured glass, pottery pots, cement and bottles. Not unusual today for a person to yell in before entering the sacred ground of the other sex to see what other whimsy awaits - some with camera in hand.
... place! About 100 of us sailed out for a three hour trip around the Bay and through the famous Hole in the Rock. Yes, through it, a small adventure but a fun one. The islands are quite beautiful and we had a beautiful day for sailing. Most of the islands are owned by the Government, but there is some private property. Some of the homes there are beautiful and, we understand, quite luxurious. But even there, the citizens of New Zealand have ...
... beach as well as Ninety-Mile Beach though, because it was so pristine.
Not far south we took a look at Houhora Heads, a lovely harbour. There was actually quite a good campground there that we wish we’d discovered earlier!
Back in Ahipara, we visited Shipwreck Bay, with its view back up 90-mile beach, and agreed that it had been a very scenic and special day.
The next morning we packed up the tent and headed south, with a long day of driving ...