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... gold mines which had previously brought a considerable population to the area. The walk along the river was most enjoyable but the dark,claustrophobic mine shafts less so and I was glad the round route was unavailable due to unsafe areas! How they got all the machinery and hardware up the river gorge, and then the rail tracks constructed to get the ore back I have no idea. Our motel a little out of town but with the car that wasn't an issue and the friendly reception staff ...
... is also a college teaching traditional Maori crafts. One craft is wood carving. The course is 3 years long and only Maori men can do it. They learn to use traditional tools made from wood, string and greenstone before they go on to use modern tools. At the moment they are making a memorial to all the Maori men who died in the First World War. When it is finished in 3 years time it will be shipped to Gallipoli and placed there for all to see. It ...
... soll ich die Republik Wangamomona als Land zählen oder nicht?
Nach dem Forgotten World Highway fahren wir nach Nordosten um heisse Quellen zu finden. Für Geysire und heisse Quellen muss man so viel Bezahlen, dass wir dies boykottieren. Übernachtung ist an einem See wo einige mit ihren Quads den Campingplatz hoch und runter fahren als wir uns schlafen legen wollten. Ob wir in der Nacht schlaf ...
... wouldn't spend enough money)!
To be quite honest, I thought everyone in that whole place was trying too hard. Maybe it was my mood at the time, but I wasn't going to put up with hoity toity people and gladly found an escape from the city via a walkway/cycleway. The escape route soon crossed over a waterway by means of a timber add-on structure to the rail bridge. All was well until I got to about the centre of the bridge and noticed a train ...
... s years ago to educate people about the Maori culture.
Each bus had to choose a chief to represent our people as visitors. Luckily a man from Pennsylvania stepped up. As we entered the village, each chief stepped in first. The man representing the Maori Village came out in native dress. After a short ritual of greeting, the Maori chief accepted the visiting people by touching noses twice and saying "Kia Ora".
We visited ...