Waipu Cove Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... site processes 247 million litres of milk. The site produces 35,000 tonnes per year, made up of whole milk powder, skim milk powder, butter milk powder, whey and casein for both the domestic and export markets. Fonterra Maungaturoto plays a big part in the Northland community, providing funding and volunteers for various initiatives in the region. ...
... of crashing waves that were just a short walk over the sand dunes. None of us have ever seen so many seashells in one place. Holiday parks are really quite cool here. There are great sheltered kitchen facilities most often with microwaves, stove tops, BBQs, stainless steel sinks and refrigerators that are available for all campers as needed. Here we also went on a short hike to the Pancake Rocks, the columns of rock ...
... and ended up at a place called Logues Bush Scenic Reserve. I cooked what would be our final barbeque in New Zealand. A bull in the field next to us watched on whilst I cooked burgers, a strange circumstance, fortunately this didn't anger the bull and he stayed on his side of the flimsy fence.
At least three Kingfishers darted around by the camper, sitting on the fence posts, keeping an eye out for insects, of which there were plenty.
Arrived here yesterday afternoon and stayed on the beach for free just outside Wellington. Today we spent the whole day walking around the city seeing all the sites which included th Te Papa museum telling the story of Newzealand and the Maori ...
... sea sick, as some of the other divers were not so lucky (We'll leave the rest to your imagination, we will get back to this topic on a later entry, little teaser here for the South Island). While on Borneo and in the Great Barrier Reef we dove in 29°C warm water, here we had a refreshing 17°C. This meant 7mm suits, hoods and about double the amount of weights that we we used before. The underwater scenery and high visibility more than made up for the cold water though.