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... time we'd arrived at the Whangarie Falls it was time for a nice cooked pasta lunch and a long rest. Timo had arranged that we have a home stay with a very nice guy through hotshowers.com. Thanks Jackson, our stay was great and it was very nice to have a hot shower.
Day 13 - Next morning we left the gear with the hot shower and took bare bikes out for a spin. We rode through a canopy walk then to the Abbey caves to explore some long caves with heaps of ...
Well hello again, this time from Ruawai, Northland, New Zealand.
After spending a few fantastic weeks with family and friends in Brisbane, Nelson and I have arrived in the land of the long, white cloud and, as many of you seem to keep reminding me, the land of long, steep hills. Due to your frequent reminders of this fact, I decided to lighten my load and I've left Bob in Brisbane. (Sorry again Bob.)
It was so nice to be met at the Auckland ...
... but then - headtorch off and glowworms. glowworms on ceiling. luminescent, twinkling, ever present. chloe still quiet, scared, does not like wiggly worms. leave cave, happy at short journey into underworld quietly existing as cows eat grass on top. drive on to whangarei. arrive, another ex-pat Brit running our camp. little walk to next door whangarei falls. 27m of water cascading into pool. food. books. bed.
Woke up after a pretty ****** sleep in a double bed at 7:30pm. Went to the hotel breakfast at 8am which was very yummy and found out that Evan and Mitch are now out of action due to a sprain hand and broken hand from last nights drunken adventures. We all said goodbye to Zoe, Janine, Laura, Kate, Cat, Rowan, and Kevin & Brian. Hopped on the bus at 9am. We stopped off and hugged the lucky kauri tree ...
... wir in einem anderen Eintrag später noch behandeln, kleiner Teaser für die Südinsel). Während wir in Borneo und am Great Barrier Reef in ca. 28-30°C warmem Wasser tauchten, hatte es nun erfrischende 17-18°C. Das bedeutet 7mm Anzüge und Kapuzen und mehr als doppelt soviel Blei wie gewohnt. Die Unterwasserwelt entschädigte jedoch für die Kälte. Den Hunger nach dem Tauchen stillten wir am Abend mit dem ersten neuseeländischen Steak, auch hier wächst wohlschmeckendes Rind heran. Und ...