To mark the start of a New Year, the locals of the East Cape bring their horses to a beach near Tolaga Bay to have some fun. These horses are usually used to round up cattle and slog through the … Continue reading
Tolaga Bay, north of Gisborne is a lovely spot, known in New Zealand for it’s historic wharf which was built by local farmers needing to get their sheep and cattle to market. The wharf is now a tourist attraction and … Continue reading
The beaches of Gisborne are known around their world for their beauty, surf and long stretches of isolated sand. I hung out at Tatapouri and collected these, which show no sand, no sun, no surf but some of the other … Continue reading
Christmas and New Year 2012 – the beginning of summer, the start of a new year and a chance to wind down at the beach. Once again it was Castlepoint in the Wairarapa, lower North Island, New Zealand. This year, … Continue reading
A long weekend and it’s time to brush the cobwebs off the caravan and head to a part of the country I haven’t been to before. Akitio is a beach on the eastern side of the North Island, about 40km … Continue reading
Ahh, a nice bike round around the rocky beaches and inlets of Wellington’s south coast. Stopping to take photos is a good excuse for catching your breath!