Rangitoto Island Adventures

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Here are some photos and notes from my visit to Rangitoto Island this morning…

It was hard taking photos as i did the tour, so was moving most of the time, so sorry in advance if some of them are somewhat… blah 🙂

Waiting for the Ferry…….. and the Ferry at the Island….

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Us getting off said Ferry and walking to the Island Tour Buss

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Some Volcanic Plants and a Historic “Kiwi Batch” Crib…

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Some more Volcanic Rockage and a view from the stairs up to the sumitt

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More Viewage and Stairs….

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More Stairs… Oh god.. the stairs… and some traps to catch bad animals

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Finally.. The Summitt… YAY .. and not that you can see it really well, but.. what once was an active volcanio, now in retirement and full of trees…

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More stairs… will they ever end ??????     and an old army lookout point from WW2

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More lookout stuff and a Geographic Survay Point….

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More lookout stuff and rocks…

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The entire island is just volcanic rock… we explored rock… rockage… yeah.. rocks… woohoo

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Yes, they are … ROCKS…. and some trees, and a lighthouse… now, this lighthouse was built in 1872, and it’s still standing.. impressive much.

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The lighthouse again.. and back on the Ferry heading home…

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Ferry and water

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Close up of my cup of tea 🙂



There endith the story of my adventures to Rangitoto Island 🙂

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