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... views, but nothing was as beautiful as the secluded cove. Tucked down in steep white rocky cliffs, you are surrounded by beautiful blue water with rock structures popping up out of the water. After a few hours and probably too much sun for the first day, we made the short trek out through ...
... Waitangi via tender boat. Also in town was Holland America ship "Amsterdam". Misty rain and some wind also came along as we boarded the shuttle to Paihi. It cleared after we arrived at the pier to catch the ferry across the bay to Russell. Coffee and wifi catchup as the rain returned and wind picked up. Strolled along the quaint historic waterfront shops and points of interest before returning by Ferry to Paihi. Markets, shops, ...
... correctly chart NZ's latitude; apparently he was only a couple of seconds out. The crew also caulked the ship, leant it over in the sand and cleaned the hull. A fact which was noted by local Maori and which they must have found intriguing. The boat tour we took was special, as you can see from the photos, thanks to a great tip from the Info centre in ...
Well, this will be the end! We're on a peninsula on the north east corner of the north island. After our arrival back on the north Island we had a lovely but debaucherous evening with our new friends and two other couples. Sleeping in Artims was never so easy to do! Lol from Wellington we had a relatively short day because the roads were winding and our stomachs were rolling, not to mention the pounding head ...
... of Northland to Te Kauri, near Kawhia and were common when the first people arrived around 1000 years ago. Maori used kauri timber for boat building, carving and building houses. The gum was used as a fire starter and for chewing.
Even though itīs a shame we didnīt manage to see any kauri trees. Another reason why to start planning our next trip to New Zealand :)
Step by step “309 Road” led us out of the world of wonderful sceneries. Once we were ...