Sleepy Hollows – Part 1

We’re back in NZ again. This time I’ll be posting about the Hokianga region in Northland, just north of the giant kauri trees at Waipoua Forest. It’s a very sleepy place since all roads in and out are painfully winding, and because there isn’t a regular long-distance bus service out to the major centres. This all means that the region is wonderfully untouched.

This is the harbour at the quiet village of Kohukohu. To get across you have to take a car ferry to Rawene, a town on the other side of the harbour. But with scenery like this, I’d just be content to fish off the jetty.

Morning at Hokianga Harbour

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