John McLennan, New Zealand


July 13, 2009

Categories: General, Non-Daffodil

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Close up on Arapawa,  —  a very steep , rugged  island , but with some beautiful , sheltered bays.
Tapuaenuku again ,  taken from the ferry on a tranquil sea , we were lucky as it can be very rough.
One of the great New Zealand sports challenges is to swim Cook Strait.
Few try ,  even fewer succeed. Those that do  wether starting from north or south, always use Arapawa Island to land or leave.
I don,t think anyone has actually swum from the North Island to the South Island.

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