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... The beach was beautiful with aqua coloured sea and golden sand. The next stop along the road was Hot Water Beach where we spent most of the afternoon chilling on the beach waiting for the tide to go out. When it did we discovered why it's called HotWater Beach - when we dug our feet into the sand the water underneath was boiling hot! We then parked up for the night in a nearby town called Tairua where we had a lovely view of the sea.
... they are very beautiful and those that are have some stunning properties built on them. Next minute Billy is turning the boat around and zotting off in yet another direction. He has received a call that there are Orca's (killer whales) not far away. We soon spot them, a male and two females and quite gently circle around them. They do not seem uncomfortable with us there. We stay with them for a good 30 minutes while they dive and play, at times ...
... to swim when babies are present.
The cool thing with the dolphins was once we started to leave they started chasing the boat and jumping up in the air like they wanted to surf the wake of the boat.
We also landed on one of the islands for lunch and a strole. There were sheep grazing and lots of little lambs.
The lamb below was curious what I was up to ...
... why. Murals on their toilet block showed tartan surf waves and their was a Scottish bar in the town.
We stopped for lunch in the most northerly city of Whangerai, where there had recently been a fruit fly scare, which highlighted the fragility of the country's wildlife. When nature called on our afternoon drive, we could have just pulled over and used our own facilities, however, nothing but the best for my Ruari and ...
... to be well over 2000 years old. They are slow growing. Most of the kauri forests were decimated by the first settlers so those trees that remain are very precious. Once we had spent about 20 minutes at that park we continued until we stopped at a Maori owned cafe and cultural centre in Kaiwaka. We bought coffee and tea there. Next to the cafe they had built a Maori pa which is a fortified village on a hill. There are houses on the top ...