Bay of Islands View From the Top
Up the wooden stairs, across the plantation, through the village, up a slope, passing the grave of Kenneth James Allardyce – own blog, we ducked out into the sunshine and wow, the four of us just stood and took in this view.
Looking straight down into the shallows.
Looking out slightly to the left, we could see where our outer reef stopped, the deep water passage and where the outer reef of the next island began.
The various blues. We sat down and enjoyed our slice of banana cake. Each of us had had to fight off Bear last night who could happily have scoffed his way through Maj’s delicious cake. We sat for a while then and simply looked.
We could see the channel we had used to get to Ship’s Sound
One more look down.
The boys take one more look across the Bay and then one final peek.
ALL IN ALL SIMPLY STUNNING