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Happy campers

We haven’t posted in a little while because we have been getting on with the mundaness of living – getting up early, working, making pizza, watching My Kitchen Rules New Zealand, that sort of thing. 437 more words

New Zealand

Cape Reinga, Te Paki and the Ninety Mile Beach

After arriving in Auckland we both wanted to get going as soon as possible so our long hike could begin. The next day we took a bus to Whangarei and had our last bed and last good meal. 627 more words

Te Araroa

Community open day at Hikurangi

By Abigail Monteith, Partnerships Ranger, Northland.

Earlier this month DOC and Fonterra held a community open day to celebrate the Living Water partnership in Hikurangi, Northland. 270 more words

Native Animals

Cabin Life

A few photos from our stay in a colourful cabin by the beach xx

Photo of the week: New Zealand fairy tern

Today’s photo of the week features the New Zealand fairy tern to mark the start of the all-important breeding season for this endangered seabird.

With a population of around 45 individuals, the fairy tern is probably New Zealand’s rarest indigenous breeding bird. 47 more words

Photo Of The Week

Kerikeri & Whangarei

Phew, four blog posts and another couple to come.  Hope you are not bored yet!

Time to move on again, this time we were off to Kerikeri for a couple of nights primarily to meet up with Roy’s cousin Stuart to discuss genealogy.  We said farewell to Brian & Marj as well as Gail who were staying on at Maitai Bay and finally Reg & Rima who were returning to Auckland. 828 more words

Family

Kaitaia & Maitai

Back in Kaitaia for refreshment and recuperation.  We arrived at the RSA to find friends Brian & Marj already parked up there.  They were ‘stuck’ waiting for parts to arrive to fix a leaking loo.  Also at the RSA was another vehicle also awaiting parts for a brake problem, we soon met the owners Reg & Rima who along with our other travel companions made for a lively group in the RSA at happy hour. 1,306 more words

Friends