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Travel Blogs from Mount Maunganui
... bird house (I couldn't see any they must've been sleeping) etc an interesting day out. Bought a few thing there which includes my taiaha (which is a maori weapon made from Tawa wood), had a wander around Rotorua taking in the fresh air lol before leaving for Tauranga airport to return the car for 6,( 22579 km to 22816 237km today in total just under 1000 km travelled) on my journey homewards ...
... is famous for this.
Please dont panic about Rwanda - we received this message from a CS who works with NGOs and UN
"Rwanda is safe everywhere you go, the security remain very good and its
very clean, but believe me, you are not creazy going there you will
apprecite it." "But what people don't know is foreign in many of Africa's country are
respected, and they most receive you as a honorable guest specially in
the regions and small villages"
... morning before departing from town, I hiked up for 30 minutes on the extinct volcano for nice views on the Maunganui peninsula, where I could cleary see some surfers trying their best on the high waves coming in, as well as a giant freight port on the other side of the peninsula. The views were nice and well-worth the stop.
A giant Kauri tree
Travelling further north to the Coromandel Peninsula I stopped at a ...
... and i was grinning from ear to ear. Over a week later and the smile is still on my fazog!!
After the tour we headed past Hamilton and drove to Carries Aunti Babs and Uncle Bruce's house. They have a lovely house and it was great to see them again. Also at the house was their other Niece, Bonnie and her young daughter Mia from Australia. We ate and talked and went to bed zonked.
... if we were to live here, would have to be Wanaka, Havelock North and Mount Maunganui, all for different reasons.
Wanaka is a ‘lifestyle resort’ and, as the self-appointed term suggests, it offers everything you need to have a fabulous life! The small town, which is the gateway to Mount Aspiring National Park, is relaxed and classy, with everything you need for day-to-day life. It’s situated on a huge, gorgeous ...