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... on the map). We arrived to find it closed, but with a phone number and a x on a map to where the manager was. We went up to their house, a beautiful spot looking over the Marokopa river and the estuary and beach. They gave us the keys and said we could use one of the caravans. We did! It was really dated but fine! It was great to be cooking outside again, and we had a great night. The next morning the weather had turned rather overcast and rain was certainly in the ...
... with the children and teachers connected to where they are from. Where a person comes from, their iwi, ancestors, family and place, is significant to a strong identity and so this map represents the centre's honoring of identity. On the third wall is a representation of a marae, with photographs of the teachers and children underneath, symbolising that everyone here at this centre is part of a family. Over and again it continues to strike me how many ...
... many jade jewellery stores all in the same location. There was one neat place that was called "Benz n Stonz" carving studio. You can do one to several days workshops and carve your own jade, paua shell, or bone creation. Just the thing I would love to do if spending more time here.
Stopped at another small side trail, to cross a swing bridge over another glacier river, to enjoy a view and stretch the ...
A huge day … we have moved a whole 15kms today from Woodville to Mangatainoka!
Our first stop this morning was up at Te Apiti wind farm. We have been looking at these wind turbines on the horizon, but wanted to have a closer look. The lookout has a 70m turbine right in the middle of the carpark. I love wind farms. So we parked up and put the kettle on before going ...
Made it home today. We flew back from India with Thai Airlines via Bangkok. Even though they are the national carrier and have a nice new airport we still got bussed off our arriving plane and then transferred by bus onto our departing plane at Bangkok. The plane left late from Bangkok as they waited for a family with a suspected case of food poisoning that needed clearance from a doctor to fly. This also meant that we had to wait on the plane in Auckland for clearance from ...