We are nearing the end of the school holidays here. It has been a really good 2 weeks, and as usual it has flown by.
Today we took a drive around the coast, just an hour north of our town, where the landscape turns a little wild and rugged. Green rolling hills, sheep and cattle galore.
The wind was freezing so we layered up and ventured out for a walk along Tolaga Bay Wharf. The boys loved it, Tom treated us to his version of the Haka. I clung onto little hands in the hope that no one would go "swimming". It is a popular spot for wharf jumping and fishing over summer. We will come back again when the sun is warm and shining.
The views are breathtaking, even when it's cold and a little grey.
Afterwards we headed into the small town nearby for pies (with the best ever buttery pastry), hot chips and steaming cups of coffee.
According to Tom it was "the best day ever"................and I couldn't agree more xo