Monthly Archives: April 2013

All Day Bay – south of Oamaru

There was a fabulous blue dawn and a gentle sunset the two times I visited All Day Bay over Anzac weekend.  This place, just south of Oamaru (South Island New Zealand) has the most amazing geologic formations.  It has a … Continue reading

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In and around Oamaru, South Island, New Zealand

Four days short break for our annual remembrance day ANZAC.  So Eunice (the caravan) and I head south,  stopping off at Oamaru to look at the Victorian buildings and the steam punk museum and then on to Hampden, half an … Continue reading

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Easter at Akaroa

Akaroa is a little, French-influenced, township on Banks Penninsula, in the South Island of New Zealand.  The first colonists came from France and their architecture, street names and descendents keep that early influence alive.  It was the perfect place to … Continue reading

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