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Photo of the week: Fur seal pup at Cape Palliser

Visit Cape Palliser in the Wairarapa this time of year and the New Zealand fur seal/kekeno pups are sure to be performing their underwater acrobatics in rock pools or having a snooze in the sun. 85 more words

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Ngawi and Cape Palliser

Wairarapa is in very close proximity to New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington and boasts some spectacular sights.  Whether you’re climbing to the Rimutaka Trig or venturing further afield to see the coastline itself you will be in for a treat with two of the regions most spectacular lighthouses both on this side of ‘the hill’. 499 more words


6 Things to do this Summer in Wairarapa, New Zealand (As featured on Pink Pangea)

One of the many benefits of having a partner with family in New Zealand is the cheap holidays. For me, it was a real bonus to visit a part of New Zealand that might otherwise be overlooked by a visitor to this beautiful country. 1,078 more words

Coastal Adventures At Wairarapa, New Zealand

This week’s #RoadTrip series in New Zealand brings us to the southeast coast of the Wairarapa, a region I had never explored previously even though it’s only a two hour drive from where I live. 358 more words


Slim Shady the Miniature Horse 

Slim Shady the miniature horse arrived at the farm on the weekend, to the girls joy.

Now I have learned in the past year that any equinuus caraballas less than 14.2hh is a pony. 73 more words


Christmas Ride: Rimutaka Incline

The Rimutaka Incline, part of the Rimutaka Rail Trail, is something of a rite of passage for recreational cyclists in the Wellington region.

The trail follows the same route as the original train tracks and the area has a lot of historic information provided on noticeboards along the way. 510 more words


REYLING, Kathleen [Kath] Ruby

Kathleen Ruby Reyling

Kathleen Ruby Reyling

Kathleen Reyling’s grave – before photo

Born 1892 ; Died 30/11/1918 ; Buried 2/12/1918 ; Age 35.
School teacher. 219 more words