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... harder was the bad weather. It was an exceptionally rainy and overcast day and it just would not let up. We were being ambitious with the total amount of driving we wanted to get done on this day to begin with and the conditions only served to make it longer.
The thing is that in spite of all of this, the drive was still great. The driving in New Zealand is just always great. Even when it's raining and cloudy, the sky is ...
... the rocks at the bottom of Mokutahi Hill and throwing the ball around on the beach.
Although being restful and a beautiful spot there really is nothing to do here at all except walking, the beach or the estuary. Certainly a great place to get away from everything and perhaps do a bit of fishing. I said on the way home, “I wonder if I will ever come here again?” Caleb’s reply “I will, I might honeymoon ...
... area has been enclosed with a possum and feral cat proof fence and some species, such as kiwi are being introduced. Having passed through pine forest and then kanuka forest we started to drive through open scrub as we drew closer to the sea. The gravel road wended its way up and down so.me very steep hills and slopes and traversed across some hat raisingly narrow ridges until we finally reached our destination close to the edge of some very high cliffs. We were there to ...
... Must be very big business for NZ! There are luxury apartments overlooking the loading docks and they have great view in one direction but 45 degrees left and it's very noisy! BREAKING NEWS : The statue of Cook apparently bears no resemblance to our great naval entrepreneur and to top it all he is wearing an Italian uniform!!! UPDATE: The statue was bought from Italy as a Captain Cook but it when the ...
... river where you can wash naked if you like?' To which we rather hastily replied 'erh no ta' He then drove off to our relief!
We had a quick cereal and egg on toast breakfast before setting off for Mahia beach. As we approached the beach Bobby pulled up alongside us and challenged Chris and us to drive up onto the sand. Us girls were adamant that it was a bad idea and thankfully Chris listened to us and didn't attempt it ...
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