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... a town centre! And just like in England - lots of shops closing down. We then headed towards where we thought the beach might be and found this delightful industrial area. Lots of heavy traffic, rotting cars and smelly streams. Sue's fault. Eventually we find the beach and walk along back to the chalet. It is about a mile and a half. We lunch and read our books! Lazy day! Another walk by the port finishing with ...
... the place Poverty Bay as a result. To his credit he was full of regret at having killed anyone, and the locals are happy to have statues of him. Two, in fact, one up the hill and one in the bay, which is near that of the lookout, Young Nick, who first spotted the land. The statue on the hill was copied from another statue found and assumed to be Cook, but it wasn't. The plaque says, "Who was he? We have no idea!" I had lunch in town then hit the library for some Internet ...
... a Burke Road and a Stanley Road! After an hour or so we found ourselves at Whakatane (pronounced ****atarnay...) which is officially the sunniest town in NZ. Indeed, the sun was shining when we arrived and we enjoyed a coffee and Anzac biscuit wandering around the small harbour. Next stop on the way was Tauranga Bridge for lunch. This was the location for settlers in the late 19th century desperately trying to make a success of it ...
Four of us got up at 06:30 this morning and headed to the beach to see the first sunrise in the world today, very cool thing to do. After sunrise, back to bed for a few extra hours sleep. Around 10 we head to the cafe on the beach and get kitted out in waders so we can head out into the ocean to hand feed stingrays! :) This has been ongoing here for a few years and as soon as we ...
... important. We approached a high point from which we could look down on the next leg of the hike. The path was generally wide but there were obvious parts that narrowed to about the width of one person. Stephanie and Jonathan took one look at this and decided to head back to the house. I tried to assuage their fears but they were having none of it. Lauren, Hailey and I trekked onward (I have rarely said Stephanie was right, but I would find that we should have followed ...
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