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Apparently I'm hot in bed. Unfortunately not in the "50 Shades of Grey" manner but more the "You're big, hairy and boiling hot: get over your side!!" manner. But fortunately the jet lag seems to have disappeared although insect bites are being a pain. Today we drove for about seven hours south from KeriKeri down to Huntley stopping at a couple of …
... they were two adults with a baby. The Maui dolphin has very distinctive colouring with a dorsal fin which resembles the shape of an elf hat. They grow to about 1.3m and weigh between 40 - 60 kg. Very cute and the guys were very lucky to see them in the wild. Ash calls Jonesy the dolphin whisperer because they always come to visit if he's in the surf.
Orcas are often sited in the bays around Raglan and there is a classic ...
... was for us to make friends or to bond friendships. We were split into teams of about 10 and we had different activities, some were team building e.g. We had to get our whole team over, around 10, overhead/shoulder high ropes and on to the other side. We went surfing on Thursday and they were all surprised by how good I am at surfing. They weren’t expecting an English girl to be able to duck dive. On Friday, 5 of us, including one of the teachers and I, went for ...
Where to begin! Waking up at 5am having slept very badly due to spinal discomfort had my mindset placed in the "today is gonna suck" mode. So after making my bacon buttie and cup of tea, packing my tent down and loading the car back up (all of which took twice as long as I was in so much pain from my shoulder and back) I left the picturesque bay of islands for a days driving to get somewhere near to Waitomo Caves to hopefully see some glow worms. ...
Breakfast was the leftover spaghetti on the balcony for me with a nice view over the rolling hills of Paihia.
We had to pack up all our stuff, throw it in the car and drive just 5km down the hill and through the town to Waitangi, where on the 6th of February 1840 the contract (of Waitangi) was signed that handed over the lands of New Zealand from the Maori to the British Crown. Presumably the the chiefs of the different Maori tribes did not ...