miércoles, 29 de diciembre de 2010
miércoles, 15 de diciembre de 2010
Thermal activity is at the heart of much of Rotorua's tourist appeal. Geysers and bubbling mud-pools, hot thermal springs and the Buried Village so named after it was buried by the 1886. as well as rotten-rua combining its legitimate name and the rotten smell the city gives.
Te Mata (or it kills you translated to Spanish!) is a region in Hawke's Bay, near Napier, our next stop in the North Island. Although the name is quite drastic on Spanish, their cheese is amazingly delicious!.
domingo, 5 de diciembre de 2010
Rangitoto was formed through violent eruptions about 600 years ago.
Welcome to Thames, a small town situated on the South West coast of the Coromandel Peninsula (North Island). The first contact with New Zealand's architecture, and the super modern buildings and roads...
Cascade, fern flower and Twin Kauri trees.
Different views of Cathedral Cove, a beautiful place with very cold waters! :)