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…:)