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... and bring some home to the UK, but Mike’s face said it all, and I thought it best not to pursue the matter, well at least not today!As we gradually lost daylight, the most magnificent sunset views appeared over the Mercury bay region as we neared the town of Whitianga, later followed by the utterly spectacular full moon. I have never seen it so big and so bright, so much so it shone like the sun and you could make out craters on the moons surface.
The adventures of canyon exploration
A day trip turns into an all nighter on the
The plans to complete this canyon in a day were blown to
bits by bush so thick we were only achieving 250m per hour, the end result a
beautiful canyon and a night in the bush.
I chose this canyon after reading a university thesis about
the rock in this area being similar to that ...
... road. Brilliant scenery through the valley, with high hills in the background. From Tairua we headed north to a place called Whanuakite, hardly more than a scattering of a few houses/farms. The road here is quite winding and at some spots offers absolutely stunning views from the hills down wilderness, beaches and ocean. On a lookout (belvedere for our French friends) a huge lorry was parked. The driver fully agreed to my taking ...
... of life and to make that happen. I adopted the thinking that this life is MINE, and I’ll do what I WANT with it, regardless of what convention dictates or what society or other outside forces expect of me. I don’t know what the meaning of life is, but I know what I want from life, and that is to always be Living the Dream, everyday, all the time.
KIH added fuel to the already burning fire of my wanderlust. Meeting people from all over the world ...