Photos from New Zealand - Mark Jones Fotopage

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Tuesday, 7-Feb-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

this statue stands on the beach in a town called Whakatane down in the Bay of Plenty. The girl was the daughter of a local Maori Chief.

Thursday, 2-Feb-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

after climbing the mountain its nice to come back down and relax for a while on one of those deserted beaches

Monday, 30-Jan-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Mt Maunganui

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This is the extinct volcano that i showed you in the previous beach entry. Takes about an hour to climb to the top but is well worth it for the 360degree views around the bay of plenty.

Friday, 27-Jan-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

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So now we can do multiple entries per day, so im gonna try it out. this is the first one at 18:41 on a friday evening

I forgot to say, this is looking back the other side of the peninsular from yesterdays beach, at a place called Mt Maunganui, thats the volcano you can see in the background. Ill show you fotos from the top of there next time.

Wednesday, 25-Jan-2006 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Beach of Plenty (not)

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i havent travelled to that many countries, but i find it difficult to imagine almost anywhere on earth where humans reside that you could find the quality of beaches that there are here in NZ. I dont just mean the beauty of the beach, i mean that coupled with the fact that THERE ARE NO PEOPLE on them. Do you know of anywhere where this kind of beach would be essentially yours, and yours alone? NZ is dotted with them, all along the coast.

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