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... 5 years ago compared to areas that are waiting for trees.
The weekend was a better weather forecast than the week had been, so we decided to take advantage and head to the hills, or more precisely, the Tararua Ranges just east of Otaki. Our plan was to head to Field Hut, a 2-3 hour walk into the range, spend the next day to exploring above treeline, and head out on the third day. It was quite clear as we drove ...
Drove up the coast in search of better weather.....which we did actually manage to find today, for a while anyway! We stayed in a free DOC campsite just outside a town called Levin last night. As it's Easter Sunday today and we had been off chocolate for a whole 4 days we had some Easter egg with our breakfast. They have a Cadbury factory here in New Zealand, in Dunedin, so it actually tastes exactly the same as the Cadbury chocolate at ...
27 January: Another relaxing day at Ohope. We slept until 9 this morning, read our books, and drove over to Whakatane for a late lunch with Anna. It is Auckland Anniversary Day celebrating the date the city was established; so most places were closed. We had a very nice meal at Poppy's Cafe. We did a bit of browsing at Briscoes, a home goods store, and then back to the flat to read, watch the sea, and enjoy the company of good friends. Tomorrow ...
We had a very slow start this morning - it was only 25ks to the ferry and we didn't need to be there until 1pm. We started off from the campsite and saw a sign fur whites bay we decided to go and have a look and found a lovely beach with a car park where you could take a very short walk to the next cove called monkey bay. This was a small Ricky cove with a cave at the back ...
last wilderness camp before wellington and the big city, we cooked a nice chicken cury in the camper and took a box of wine up the dunes and had a cheeky glass watching the beautiful sunset. We walked 9 miles along the shores of New Plymouth a standard NZ town in the shadow of a massive volcanic cone that looked like mount Fuji. the start of the mountains and nearly the end of our adventures in the North ...