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Lake Harris, Fiordland, New Zealand

June 10, 2011 by  
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Lake Harris, with a latitude of -44.73 (44° 43′ 60 S) and a longitude of 168.18 (168° 10′ 60 E), is a hydrographic (lake) located in New Zealand. The location is situated 630 kilometres south west (227°) of the approximate centre of New Zealand and 658 kilometres south west (232°) of the capital of Wellington. […]

Waiata of the Heart

November 11, 2008 by  
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On my first day at Primary School I was chosen for the Infants Choir, I was five years old but I remember it as if it was yesterday. My teacher was Jean Millett who taught Primer 1 at Terrace School in my home town of Waipukurau in Central Hawkes Bay. I credit her (along with

Flipp’in Fireworks

November 1, 2008 by  
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When we bypassed Taupo to stop in Wairakei we also bypassed Lake Taupo so I wanted to retrace my footsteps since I feel it a worthwhile historical exercise just to tell you about it. “It is the largest lake by surface area in the country, it’s drained by the Waikato River, while its main tributaries […]

A Long Stretch of Gravel

October 2, 2008 by  
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Driving into Hamilton I’m aware that we have had company for quite a while. The strong silent type, a river called the Waikato. Its name in Māori translates as ‘flowing water’. “It is the longest river in New Zealand and gives its name to the Waikato region that surrounds the Waikato Plains. In the North […]

The Gesundheit Institute

October 1, 2008 by  
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The Gesundheit Institute began as a group of twenty friends, including three doctors, who moved into a six-bedroom home and called it a free hospital. The hospital was open 24 hours a day and