Today we’re travelling south towards Tauranga, with an ETA of midnight tonight. A harbour pilot will escort us to land about 7 am tomorrow morning. A bunch of dedicated souls is still glued to the front of the ship, spotting birds and whales. The Kermadec Islands are a very precious part of New Zealand. I […]
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Sarah Wilcox, Anton van Helden and Stefanie Rixecker have just set off on a trip with Heritage Expeditions to the Kermadecs. Tune in to our blog for daily updates from their trip! When the Bell family arrived in Denham Bay in 1878, they built their first hut from nikau branches and raupo cut from the […]
Sarah Wilcox, Anton van Helden and Stefanie Rixecker have just set off on a trip with Heritage Expeditions to the Kermadecs. Tune in to our blog for daily updates from their trip! Sometime in the early hours of the morning we anchored off Raoul Island, and woke to a ship at anchor and a big […]
In my previous blogs I told you about my cat catching a waxeye (and the distress it caused me) and then the cat bib I bought her as a response. It’s now time for Cat Tales Part 3, since quite a lot has happened since then. For the record, the cat bib appears to be […]
In part 1, I had just ordered a cat bib online after our cat Ruzz caught a waxeye. It’s now a few weeks later and I thought it was time for an update. The bib arrived a week after the order via catbib.co.au (which was hassle-free) and Ruzz seems to find it no problem at […]
There’s nothing like a shock to spur you into action. My cat Ruzz caught a bird yesterday. When I saw her with it in the front porch, I hoped it was a mouse or a sparrow, but as I bent closer I saw it was a waxeye. When I picked it up, its little broken […]