Hi Simon and readers!
Thank you for your suggestion, teacher, and also for your pictures! I find a great idea having my bicycle with an attached umbrella!! In that way you can use both your hands for driving and you are not worried to hit someone...ahahha!!.
You are completely right about the windy Wellington, that is the reason my husband didn't like the city so much.
People say the Cook strait , the one between the two islands, is the windiest in the world. I don't know if it is true or not but I can say sometimes it is really amazing. Unfortunately here houses haven't a good insulation yet and it is not rare finding "windy" ones. In our previous house you could feel the wind throughout your body also if all doors and windows were closed.
Anyway, today I'm going to show you another part of New Zealand, Coromandel Peninsula. I can't deny it is one of my favourite places and I would like spending there my holidays.
We have a couple of Italian friends living there, they decided to spend their retirement in a beautiful villa with a stunning view upon the Whitianga harbour. We've visited them a couple of times and these are some pictures of their place.
I think the view is just breath taking!!
When we were driving to Coromandel Peninsula we used to stop in every nook and cranny because of the terrific places. In fact we drove along the ocean as you can see below. I think the pictures don't need any further word so just enjoy them!
These Agapanthus are very common in New Zealand. I love their colour so I shot them, it reminds me holidays!!
This cow is outside a park and I think it is funny.
We visited a small beach in Whitianga and there was nobody there. It was like been in heaven!
When I saw this teeter-totter on the beach I couldn't resist to the temptation... I felt like a child!
Well, I hope to read soon your comments cause I really enjoy them!
Have a wonderful day!!
Thanks for all your contributions. This blog has now closed and can no longer accept new comments.