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We drive to Auckland and stop off at a few places en route. At 14:30 we stop at the Waharau National Park. The car park is quite small and has 2 cars and a Park Ranger truck parked in it. Jenna parks on the right hand side and we get out and walk onto the lovely beach and take photos of the beautiful turquoise water. Suddenly w hear a loud crash …
... dangerous to travel on, Often travellers would park and sit and wait until the rain had past, rather than risk dirving along the roads as they were so dangerous. Luckily we had gorgeous weather so didnt have to worry about the lack of drainage along the way! Just East of Weatherford we saw a Jet Fighter, so Neville and Liam jumped out to have a good look and take some photos. Travelling around some back roads we went through a few ...
After Karen picked us up at the hostel, and we circled Auckland a few times, we had a late breakfast or an early lunch at Denny's. Then we head to the Sky Tower, which is Auckland's version of the CN Tower. As we discovered while in the Sky Tower the weather in New Zealand changes very rapidly. It can be sunny and clear one minute and then 10 minutes later its rainy cats and dogs. When we were in the Sky Tower ...
... back and woke up to a large bum in my face trying to get pass me and to the exit. I fell asleep again in the cab on my way back to the hotel and was woken up by the driver's abrupt braking. After a quick shower I met Heather and Mark for more drinks and delicious Japanese food. A great start to experiencing the Kiwi life!
The next day we collected our rental and aptly ...
... br> But our experiences on Tiri
Tiri raise some interesting questions. If I were the type of bird enthusiast
who keeps a life list of birds I’ve seen in the wild, could I add stitch-birds
to my list? While these birds may have once occurred on the island, their
existence there today is solely due to the intensive restoration and
reintroduction efforts of the New Zealand government and dedicated volunteers,
who continue to encourage growth of the ...