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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 ...
... you book on the bus and decide how many nights you want there, obviously you can book elsewhere before hand but we did not know this. Over the next five weeks we are going to be super organised to get the best deals and also to maximise our time. Everyone is newbies for the first trip and its just about forward planning which we can do. It is just so different from Asia and we have to wrap our heads around the fact that we have five weeks to do the whole ...
... have been removed leaving the rotten fish coloured skin to be exposed to the element whilst away from his natural habitat. The call off the Sunburnium Briticus is unique also:- "AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHMY****INGBACKISBURNTTOB UGGERYASISMYFORHEADTIMETOGROWANEWNOSEAS WELLCAUSETHISONESGONNAPEELOFFBYTHEWEEKE NDJUSTYOUWATCH" So there you have a brief insight into the flora and fauna of the bay of islands! I'm off to make a fry up on my forehead!!! ...
... us. We took the scenic highway south to the tiny town of Kohukohu on the northern side of Hokianga Harbour, which had some old kauri buildings and a little jetty to walk out on. After being greeted by some friendly chooks at the landing, we caught the 10-minute car ferry to Rawene, a slightly larger and quaint town on the other side. There we had a wander around its couple of streets past the courthouse, boathouse over the water, and into the garden of Clendon House, complete ...
... original houses from the settlers and the Maori meeting houses. After walking around for a bit and getting breakfast next to a small pond overlooking the beach, it was off to town. In town I scheduled a cruise to the famous hole in the rock, which I took this afternoon, and a trip up to Cape Reinga and along 90 mile beach, which I will be taking tomorrow. After getting everything arrianged, ...