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... and historic points of interest. The swell was about 1.5 metres and the breeze 15knots and our driver gave us a few bumps into the bigger swells and crashed the boat down a few times but we survived although a bit seedy later in the day. Cooks beach and Mercury Bay so named because in 1769 this is where he put into shore for maintenance and checking his coordinates through the planet Mercury....sounds good! We had couples from Israel, Switzerland, ...
... house. The walk was interesting, following a gorge that closed in more and more the further you walked along it, the path being cut out of the cliff face. Looking up and across at the other sides you can see 'The Windows', a tunnel that intermittently opens out to look out of the gorge. 'The Windows' tunnel was closed due to it being unstable, I recall reading that on a notice, what I hadn't recalled was that the underground pumphouse was too, so when I got there it was gated off! ...
... Cove was beautiful with it’s white sand beach and iconic arch framing the white rock in the ocean.
This spot is a very popular walk and attraction but luckily because we left quite early (and it was a weekday) the beach was very quiet with only a couple of other tourists. After a while of enjoying the beauty and the cave, the clouds disappeared and the sun came out to shine down on the cove. We thought the bay was pretty before, ...
... Generally, however, the material is presented in the same order throughout high school.
21. Are there a lot of schools in New Zealand?
There are about 2500 high schools in New Zealand. There are about 14x as many in the US!
21. How long are the classes?
Classes are 55 minutes each.
22. Do the students get to choose some of their classes?
Yes they do. They can choose to ...
... behind us as we went. Unfortunately we were the last boat to finish, at about 9:30pm - I guess that's what happens when two novices try to steer! We all had a good time though, and the last hour of sailing in the dark was a great experience.
On Saturday we had a relaxing morning with lunch on on the beach provided by the club. After prizes were given out we went for a swim then headed to the little Rotoroa Island, ...