The Narrows Landing
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... day was to a place called hells gate. This is the area has the highest geothermal activity and this is a kinda park where you can walk around and see all the water and mud bubbling. It reminded me a lot of Iceland, the same kind of rock and bubbling activity. As well as the ever pungent sulphur smell. I don't know how people can live with that but I suppose you get used to it. It took us about an hour to walk around and then next stop was lunch. We grabbed a ...
... have some peace for a while.
We stayed in Hawera, a small rural town at the foot of Mount Taranaki (or Egmont as it was previously known). Although we had a couple of rainy days there was plenty to see, the wild coast, the mountain and a number of excellent museums including Tawhiti and the Pioneer Village. They both concentrate on the history of NZ with comprehensive displays of the homes and rural activities of the time, such as butter making, blacksmiths and farming. In ...
... new gun already). He spent his xmas money on a fishing rod and despite not catching a fish yet, is determined to feed us, probably on the bait fish we bought. Weathers been mixed. Some days warm sunshine.. but rain too. It poured on New Years eve just as we set ourselves up for our first barbie on the 'dick' .. so just like England - be prepared for anything and it seems to change very quickly.. Not had great surfing yet, which is disappointing. The ...
... except Bag End which is where Bilbo Baggins lived. They could fit about 120 people in that little Hobbit hole. The rest were just facades built into the hill.
The Green Dragon was our final destination, where they gave us complimentary drinks and we ordered a light lunch. I got a small beef pot pie and Jess has the mushroom soup with a biscuit. The food was actually pretty good. Afterwards, Jess put on some Hobbit clothes and we saw the outside. ...
... chewing their cud and even sleeping. They lay down about 4 hours a day except in winter when they stand all the time. We were hoping to watch the milking process and were thinking we would actually be helping to manually milk the cows but his cows are not producing milk right now. They are on mooternity leave. They are all pregnant and will birth their calfs in a few months. A calf is a by-product of the dairy business and only the best 20% of ...