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November 2012

Day 5: The day the crowd walked the beach

The camp site was pretty awesome and a great place to crash in. The place is what they call Koha, it’s a donation based place and pretty awesome that any one can crash in and make themselves at home… Paul… Continue Reading →

Day 3: an awesome day with a difficult finish

We decided to split up the day today into 2 parts to skip the harsh afternoon sun. Things seem to get nice and cool around 4+, so the idea is to push for 12 km in the morning and another… Continue Reading →

Day 4: The long grind

Though it was a late night the sleep was really good. I woke up about 5:30 and was lazing till about 7. Then it started to drizzle and from the inside of the tent, the it sounded like a real… Continue Reading →

Day 2: When we discovered a lovely camp site

The night sleep was not great, it was almost after 1130 that I finally fell asleep the constant sound of the waves took me in and out of sleep a few times and I woke up at 3. Forced myself… Continue Reading →

Day 1: Cape Reinga

Met Phil and Emily on the bus. Carrying big bags and we instantly identified each other as fellow trampers. A nice couple from Britain and an excellent company on the road. Started the trail at 1:45 and we walked slowly… Continue Reading →

Food Options

Figured I’d make note on the food I am carrying. Not sure how it will work out in the days ahead, but I think I am stocked for more than 5 days right now. 10 packets of instant oatmeal (B’fast)… Continue Reading →

Nervous on Day -1

Have been spending my time resting and eating while I read up on the trail notes from the DOC site. The going is expected to be tough and seems like I will run into some rain in the week ahead…. Continue Reading →

Kaitaia -2 days

I seem to slowly lazing my way up to the start of Te Araroa. Partly because I have enough time to play with and mostly due to the fact that the flu is taking longer than usual cycle (I suppose… Continue Reading →

Auckland – rest and recharge

After a flu addled flight across the southern seas, I am here in Auckland. The Airport is prepped for the opening of the new LotR prequels and a huge statue of a dwarf greeted me. The Bio-security is really serious… Continue Reading →

Preparation

So I am slowly closing in on the departure date for TeAraroa. As someone said, till now it is all gear, all theory and very little idea of what I am really up against. And since I am headed to… Continue Reading →

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