Opononi Hotel Limited
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... just suddenly signposted, I missed the payment booths but a sign said I had 5 days to pay so I will get it on the way back, it was only $2.40, just over a quid. The 430km journey took 7 hours with stops, I can be hard to judge times if the route throws up slow winding roads up and down over hills and valleys, but I got it about right. The DOC site, Trounson Park was a nice little place, the kitchen was well respected by the ...
... as we have named our car) is standard so I am doing that with my left hand. Needless to say, I felt like I was 15 years old again going out with dad on the road for my very first time. Sweating, nervous and a little stressed. The roads were beautiful but it felt like we were driving through a jungle. Literally a jungle with narrow twist and turns. We made it to Piha and it was beautiful. We went and saw the biggest surfing waves we have ever seen. We stayed ...
... Mahuta". We had to drive quite a bit out of our way to get to it, and along harrowing curves and narrow roads on the opposite side of the road from what we're used to, but once we did, we were absolutely astounded by the grandeur and beauty of this tree. It is estimated to be about 2,000 years old -- what it must have seen over those years. Imagine the change people have created on earth over the past 2,000 years. It was quite a spiritual moment for ...
... girth: 13.8 meters
trunk volume: 244.5 cubic meters
length: 212 meters
Photo of Jon in front of tree trunk outlines, Tane Mahuta is the inner black line
Te Matua Ngahere (Father of the forest): 2nd largest known living kauri
trunk height: 10.21 meters
trunk girth 16.41 meters
trunk volume: 208.1 cubic meters
photo of Jon in front of tree trunk outlines, Te Matua Ngahere is the 2nd inner black ...
After the stunning weather in the Coromandel we came back to Auckland, where we stuck around until the 22nd, when T flew out. In that time we got out a bit and saw some local beaches and T even flew a plane!? While he was out flying I trekked out into the bush and did possibly the most difficult track of my life, difficult as i couldn't see where i was supposed to go. I had set out to do a loop, however when i got to the turning i found the track was closed and evidently had been for ...