Alcamo Hotel - Hamilton
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... us run down the beach and back again to warm up, then do a few yoga poses on the beach. As soon as we got into the water it was easy to forget about the rain as we were already wet and the sea was really warm. We stayed in the water for just over an hour, the waves were huge! The instructors would hold the boards for us to climb on to then tell us when to start paddling to catch the wave. I even managed to stand up a few times! After a while it began to get harder ...
Day 33 – From the Northland to
It's quite a long drive today from Mangonui in the Northland back through Whangarei and Auckland to the central city of Hamilton, 476 kms (296 miles) in fact.
On the way we plan to see the famous Kauri trees which only grow in this region and are some of the oldest and largest trees on earth. Most had been cut down for shipbuilding ...
... just like the others in here. I go early in the morning to my work, have some lunch with my co-workers and cook dinner with Sanne after work, do some hiking with the girls, watch movies and drink wines! And that was my actual plan. Through this way you will adapt more easily and you still have time to explore NZ, through the locals! To let you guys think that I am a work alcoholic (blink!;), I also worked two days at Prolife again…FUN! The factory, blegh, but to cover ...
... I'd never kayaked a day in my life now I was on a massive journey! It was knackering but a good way to see some countryside even if I did get completely soaked, we also stopped and saw loads of oysters growing which was pretty cool, the mammoth journey was luckily over and met by burgers on this massive boat, the fact everyone was soaking wasn't an issue as everyone had put a dry bag on the boat with new clothes in, however ...
... looked larger than the day before. Big left walls lining up and rolling in. From my vantage point I could see three pronounced peaks. The first was at the head of the point, a pretty good ways away, so it was difficult to tell exactly how big it was. My best vantage point was of the second, or middle break. I was posted up on a hill above where most people were beginning to paddle out from. It was a long paddle out for those guys, but it looked to be worth ...