Seven months around the world.... August 2004 - March 2005 travel blog

On the drive to the Able Tasman hike, I saw some of...

The start of the hike - from the south end, at one...

My first sighting of this native.

First beach I could get onto - a fine start

I was psyched to learn I would have more time amidst fern...

Looking across Tasman Bay at the northeast part of the south island

One of many little bays and beaches along the track (trail)

forest, beaches, ocean, islands - yes!

Forests and creeks - similar, but really quite different

Looking back toward the start of the track

Sunrise on my first morning out

Tranquil coastal paradise

Cleopatra's Pool, on day two. Good swimming hole, for a south of...

I'm not sure why I thought this was worth sharing (it's too...

Low tide provided some island access

Looking down on the community and estuary of Torrent Bay half way...

The first of many swinging bridges to cross - I do love...

Looking down on Sand Fly Beach, which actually had few sand flies....

Sand Fly Beach itself

Another forest, beach, Tasman Bay, island scene - leaving Sand Fly Beach

I loved the look of this forest type, which was fairly common...

Looking down on a fern tree - I do like these trees.

Leaving camp in Bark Bay at the start of day three

A typical section of the coast trail

More waterfalls to enjoy during my slow strolls of about 6 miles...

The long beach of Onetahuti Beach - my lunch spot on day...

Crossing Awaroa Estuary, but only at low tide. When I was on...

More of the Awaroa Estuary (with the coast in the background)




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