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The next day, Karyn takes us for a ride to visit the area. We visit her neighbour because she would like to show us what you can do with a place when you stay there for 40 years. There is an amazing forest-orchard there, a beautiful dutch house all wooden and huge in dimensions and old stages dating from the times when they use to hold music and art festivals.
You can still imagine by resonance the amazing times that this quiet kaki forest has seen, it is like walking inside a bubble out of this time and out this planet. We are truly impressed. She brought us forward quite a lot this way and we continue onwards along the river on a very nice cycle trail. We go through an amazing tunnel within the moutain and suddenly feel like in a movie, the world outside extinguishes to a little light at the end of the tunnel, the echos of our voices distort our loud singing.
We felt like singing in such a cathedral like space. Out the sun blinds us a second and we realise we are crossing an old railway bridge.
The rest of the way is very dry, we have near to no water left at some point, but follows an amazing cycle trail on fine gravels that goes through fields and fields full of cows and wild grass. We enjoy this ride very much though we are extremely tired and thirsty when we finally get to Thames. A short ride but quite difficult ride under heavy rain to get to a campsite. Luckily the rain stopped a bit before we set up camp. A beautiful natural area. After a quiet night at the campsite, we go back where we came from and on the way turn left onto the unsealed road to Pakaraka.
We cross a river and arrive on a hilly land with both forest and pastures. This is where nestled in the middle of a growing orchard we discover Yotam, his family and his gardens. Soon you will learn more about this beautiful encounter and this magical place in a special article HERE. Quel choix parfait! Bonne pioche! After this visit, we leave light hearted back to Thames where we hope to catch a bus to carry us over the high hills that are in the middle of the Coromandel peninsula.