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The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new landscapes, but in having new eyes.

- Marcel Proust

Now back to base, a moving welcome from my friends, a fimo necklace. x

fimo

..everybody, from wavy Raglan!

..everybody, from wavy Raglan!

Back to Auckland where I finally sold bumble bee (my transformer car), museums, art, beaches, pictures, views, party, drives over bridges, tattoo, waiheke island, shopping.

A day trip to my 1rst west coast waves in Piha! (the coromandel surf crew joined and) we saw the sun dusk bloom into the ocean while we were still floating. Splendid times with a dose of awesomeness.

A day trip to my 1rst west coast waves in Piha! (the coromandel surf crew joined and) we saw the sun dusk bloom into the ocean while we were still floating. Splendid times with a dose of awesomeness.

Paihia - Bay of Islands.Watched plenty of movies at Luca’s house, slept once more with the sound of the ocean, did a day trip to Russel and watched the incredible show of the brightest double rainbow ever.

Paihia - Bay of Islands.Watched plenty of movies at Luca’s house, slept once more with the sound of the ocean, did a day trip to Russel and watched the incredible show of the brightest double rainbow ever.

Fuck yeah. Driving by the sea at the 90 miles beach. Believe it or not, this is an official road with limits, rules and all..

Sandboarding, and river driving at the giant Te paki dunes.

Cape Reinga. We drove 3 times to the northest tip of New Zealand to look at the amazing view where Pacific hit Tasman sea, but no luck. fog.fog.fog.

Cape Reinga. We drove 3 times to the northest tip of New Zealand to look at the amazing view where Pacific hit Tasman sea, but no luck. fog.fog.fog.

on our way to Northland with some stops at touristic attractions: the Whangarei Falls and the Hundert Wasser toilets.