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... and lime panacotta" with marinated blood plums - this recipe is a NZ Food award winner.
Back at the cottage relaxing before another great nights sleep - hopefully :).
Tomorrow we venture back South for two nights in Auckland.
Hope everyone is well.
Peak - the beautiful seaside villages
Pit - daylight saving
His Peak - Dinner
Pit - missing out on the foot fery to visit Russell :)
... she nodded off several hours earlier than usual for her nap. By lunchtime we'd made our way to Whangarei and decided to have our lunch at Whangarei Falls. It was a nice little park where we could eat at a picnic table, let Lotte feed the duckies, and wander around the 'photogenic' falls. All of today's pictures were taken here. We eventually picked up a gas bottle in town as well.
We then continued on to Paihia, gateway to ...
... experience, but fun, as Hughie wanted us to sit outside at the back so that he could look into the wheelhouse.
The town, or village, of Russell was back in the first half of 1800s a real den of iniquity but is a quaint little place today. Rowdy whalers, drunken sailors and prostitutes caused it to be known as the Hell Hole of the Pacific.
We got what our host says is windburn, along with sun, so we're looking very red tonight. We'll be in the car a lot tomorrow which ...
And so we moved on. We drove across to the west side of the Northland heading for Oponori, where there was a beautiful bay and Hokianga Harbor.
We stopped for a photo shoot there and moved on. We went past amazing scenery and made good time with occasional stops at outlook areas for photo opportunities.
Of note was a stop where ...
... an awesome dinner of steak and all the trimmings! After dinner was the coolest experience of my life! We went night kayaking under the stars, which there were absolutely millions of because the ozone layer over New Zealand is so thin. There's also this crazy algie that when disturbed glows and shimmers like diamonds which just made the whole experience amazing it looked like it does in the film life of pi! The amazing evening was rounded up with a few wines and playing pool. Best day ...