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Friday, 28 September 2007

Day 4 - Miranda

We scooted (well, as much as a Maui will scoot) back down highway number one. (Green hills...windy road...green hills....windy road). The map noted a cheese factory at Puhoi just off the highway. Worth a look? why not..this is what holidays are about! The cheese factory - whilst not in full production swing - was set in a very quaint and cute village. Unfortunately 'quaint & cute' holds the attention span of an average primary school child for about 30 seconds. (Just long enough to take a few photos and jam them back in the Maui again)









Back through Auckland. No navigational errors to note by the co-pilot despite the lack of a detailed city map and onto Miranda. The children were starving by the time we got there (this was to become a recurring theme)...however the town had a distinct lack of shopping facilities (ie none) and actually a lack of anything other than hot pools and a caravan park. Funny place - but excellent for a swim :) Hot pools kiosk for tea!





Grandad and Grandma had caught up with us again by this stage so our Maui count increased from 1 to 2. Two has got to be better than one. Right?







Yay for Mauis and kiosk food. All part of the adventure!

3 comments:

melanie harris 28 September 2007 at 10:50 pm  

That library looks really small. Lol

Wonderful photos Ro.

Beverley 29 September 2007 at 7:47 am  

Photos are looking great! Funny that I've lived in NZ all my life and yet I just googled Miranda to see where it was ... somewhere near Auckland - not wonder I've never heard of it. The kids say hi to your kids!

Carolina 29 September 2007 at 2:46 pm  

Love the B&W photos, will you be doing a whole album dedicated to this holiday? Cyber-album of course LOL!

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