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... it had decided to rain as soon as we got off the bus so with our hoods up we quickly went to see if before heading back to the bus. We have seen better ones in Asia and will see better ones along the way in New Zealand, hopefully when it is not raining. The rain did decide to stop once we got back on the bus, it was just typical! We arrived in the beautiful town of Paihia just before twelve. We took a quick tour around the small town with Jarred showing us ...
Friday 20th Very early start to catch the ferry from the north island to the south. Fairly sure we were all still drunk from going out the night before. Spent most of the day on the bus travelling to Kaiteriteri. Started to realise that I had been destroyed by insects in river valley, most probably sand flies. My ankles feet and toes had swelled up so much, they have never been so itchy in my life. I seemed to be the only person that had got it bad... Arrived in ...
... the whole length at 50 miles an hour along the sand with the waves gently lapping the tyres to our left - a very bizarre experience! Leaving the end of the beach we drove up Quick Sand Stream to huge sand dunes. The driver had stowed in the bus small surf boards and invited brave passengers to follow him up the dunes and sand surf back to the bottom! No we didn't partake as it meant landing in the stream at the bottom and we ...
... actor had died recently. The ship was skippered by Captain Tim, a grey bearded, relaxed man appreciated by the crew for his skill and approach. There was a good wind and bright sun. A great combination. We eased out of Russell harbour and then the sails were unfurled by the crew. Wayne a muscular Maori asked if anyone the 12 passengers wanted to climb the mast or walk along the bow spit. I would have liked to climb the mast but was worried that my injured toe would limit ...
... as roads, when the tide is out of course. It is however more common they are used for fun. We took the little Suzuki 4wd down and had a good time bouncing over the sand dunes and navigating around the "tracks" already made by others. We saw a seal just chilling on the beach too. The beach itself is around 100km long, and so can actually be useful as a road, depending on where you want to go.
I got more in the swing of milking this week, having fewer ...