Kaiteriteri and Split Apple Rock

On Sunday we went to church with our friends, and then after a quick lunch went out to Split Apple Rock. We had been there with them a year ago, but wanted to show it to my sister-in-law. We didn’t see any penguins this time, but the rock was just as spectacular as the other time! The golden sand in Kaiteriteri is always impressive as well. The boys played on the flying fox (zipline in America) for awhile.

Little Miss was pretty tired by this point of our trip.

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Mr. Diligence riding the flying fox at Kaiteriteri.

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Mr. Inventor returning the flying fox for the next person to have a ride.

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Giving Mr. Imagination a ride

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Mr. Sweetie

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The beach at Kaiteriteri

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Mr. Diligence in a cave at Split Apple Rock, holding a handful of metalic sand.

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Some of the boys walked out to the rock itself; the tide was fairly low when we got there.

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They harvested more mussels! They cooked them that evening, and Mr. Intellectual found a pearl in one he ate!

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The trail down to Split Apple Rock.

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Shags on the rock.

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Mr. Imagination and Mr. Sweetie looking at the water.

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Split Apple Rock.

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About NZ Filbruns

A home-school family living in New Zealand, with a desire to share what Christ has done for us.
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