A drive to Onetangi

After finishing up my work for the day in mid-afternoon, the sun was out and I set off for a drive. I headed about 15 minutes north to the far end of the island and the largest beach – Onetangi. It didn’t take long for me to find something I liked: a place to sit, enjoy a drink and read for a bit. Oh, and a fantastic view.

Being middle of winter there weren’t many people around but the few that were out and about were enjoying the great weather of the day – sunshine and about 16C. Great for a stroll on the beach where some people had their dogs out playing.

After about 2 hours enjoying the relaxing area and walking the beach I hopped back into my car and set off on the Seaview Road back to ‘home’. And took some pictures along the way. 🙂

Waiheke is known for it’s wineries, of which there are many (more than a dozen I believe). It’s not high season for them just yet so things looked pretty quiet.

And once I got back to the Rocky Bay area where I’m staying, I took a picture of the view near the house. Not too shabby…:)

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  1. wowowwww. just reading all your pieces !!!! awesome Mr. Colin! I love ur writing; it makes me feel i am traveling with you 😀 KEEP BLOGGING PLZ 🙂