They call it artivism: The PangeaSeed Foundation and the SeaWalls Project transforms my hometown.
Our last day on the Cape, the road was empty, the conditions easy ,and there was plenty to delay us.
We’re at Whanarua Bay, where the isolation is splendid if you enjoy your own company and being off the grid.
We’re on our way from Tokomaru Bay to Whanarua Bay and the going is still slow.
Our next stop, an entire twenty-four minutes from Tolaga Bay by car, is Tokomaru Bay. This small bay reminded me of Calliope Bay, the setting for one of New Zealand’s great unread classic novels, Sydney Bridge Upside Down by David Ballantyne. (Some suggest Hicks Bay, further up the […]
Tolaga Bay Wharf; where the wind returns me to my real self.
C Company House tells the story of loss and sacrifice with aroha.