A trip from Corner Creek around the coast past Putangirua Pinnacles to the fishing village of Ngawi. Ngawi has more bulldozers per head of population than anywhere in the world. This is due to the rough seas and the soft gravel beach on Wellington’s south coast.
A H Reed Memorial Kauri Park in Whangarei has beautiful mature Kauri trees. It is a haven that is within a short walk of the car park. Very peaceful. Well worth a look.
Feel privileged to be able to camp at places like this and watch the sun go down and the sun get up. No one for miles except for the occasional invasion of the boys with toys. This is why they call it Desert Road. Also known as Rangipo Desert.
My trip to Poolburn Reservoir, which was on the old website, but not on this one. Lots of interesting rock formations or Tors as they are known. Made of schist rock. Well-know “Lord of the rings” filming spot.
Discover this cemetery at Tararu.
Stayed the night at Tararu about 4 kms north from Thames. It is right on the waters edge and I noticed a cemetery up on the hill that I had not seen on previous visits. It is the oldest cemetery in Thames and is well maintained by a volunteer.
Access is restricted to climbing the stairs as slips have taken out the road. Would be an excellent place for your remains to spend some time after you died.
If you have ever wondered how they 3d print metal objects here is a 60 second video showing how.