A trip to the other side

The suburb in which I live is located close to the Pauatahanui Inlet. The last weekend of July was warm, sunny and calm and we headed around to the other side of the Inlet to explore a new section of a walkway, Te Ara Piko ( The meandering path). This path allows walkers to view the Inlet in all its moods and some of its wildlife without disturbing the latter.

Here are a couple of photos that I took while out and about on the “other side.”


8 thoughts on “A trip to the other side

    1. ordinarygood Post author

      Hi Marianne. The area I live in is well known for its wind. We can get very severe gales at times but also strong, persistent winds that can last for weeks. The Inlet can look beautiful on stormy days too:-)

      1. Marianne

        I recall when I last visited Wellington about 18 months ago, I could hardly stand up crossing the street. The wind was so strong! LOL

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