|Looking back along the peninsula from Tairoa Head|
The logical part of me knows, of course, that it is rare (though not impossible) to feel 'at home' somewhere instantly, and that a slow evolution of feeling 'at home' is more common. None-the-less, that's perhaps been one of the most surprising challenges about migrating to NZ for me -- the amount of time that it really does take for a new country to feel like home.
That's why weekends like this past one are so helpful and encouraging.
|Descending back down to the plains near Outram, a new walk and a new view!|
|Steep and slippery in parts.|
|Along the road out to Harrington Point, new place #2!|
|Trees at Harrington Point Beach - had never been here before either!|
|Cathedral Caves with Nick, Kelly and BT.|