|Tane Mahuta, NZ’s largest kauri tree.|
If you can get beyond my almost unforgivable use of the cliche “tastefully appointed” in describing what was indeed a very tastefully appointed suite, here is the link to my latest Herald On Sunday travel article.
The Waipoua Lodge sits on the edge of the greatest Kauri forest in New Zealand, Northland’s Waipoua Forest, and is a beautiful, historic luxury lodge. Today’s Herald On Sunday article is all about the two nights I had there exploring the forest (home to the famous Tane Mahuta) and drawing attention to some of the North Island’s best scenery, though curiously under-visited compared to the more fashionable (and nearby) Bay Of Islands.
Click here to read my previous blog entry about the lodge and thanks again to my wonderful hosts Ian and Fran.