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... On our way to Russell we stopped off at a couple walking trails. Our first stop was the Waipu Cave which showcased glow worms that get brighter when you make more noise. They were very interesting to see. Basically, the ceiling is covered in a bunch of green dots and apparently their light is suppose to attract flies to a web around it. Unfortunately, I was unable to get a picture though due to the camera not being able to focus down in the dark cave. ...
At sea- Another grey,rainy,cloudy day! The temperature is 21C,the wind 9 and the sea state rough!!Nevertheless,we got on with our day as normal, attending Spanish class, only to find we only got one of the answers correct, but he ho.Today he has given us some more work to do describing what we used to do when we worked, will leave it till tomorrow ...
... and brothels due to the 'whalers and sailors' influence on Russell peninsula so law and order had to be reinforced. The Treaty of Waitangi called for governorship over the Maori tribes in return for protection. The Maori chief signed this without realising what it meant so when they realised this challenged their Mana (power) they raged the Maori wars and burnt a lot of the land and elected a ...
... a great beach day as temperatures here are starting to really warm up with the approach of summer. We had a nice surprise Friday night as one of the neighbors dropped off some freshly caught and filleted King Fish which made for a great supper Saturday night!
During the day Saturday we travelled back to Kerikeri to go to a big outdoor market. The fresh fruits and produce were in abundance. When we returned ...
... then out came a large cargo net on the side of the boat. Passengers were invited to try water boarding. It was mainly the youngsters who went for it. It looked great fun but I for one could not have held on and Rob did not want to get wet! Back to the port, what a fabulous day it has been, Billy and his crew really made it special. We sat on the pier and had a quiet drink while we pondered on the days events. Now time to wander back to camp, supper and ...