Most images of New Zealand tourism and travel come from the South Island. The North Island is neglected by comparison. And yet it's a subtropical Polynesian paradise in many places, and the island where most evidence of Māori culture is to be found as well. In this book, Mary Jane describes the North Island ('The Fish of Māui') in the form of eight road trips. Each chapter links to blog posts.
The Forgotten World Highway leads from Stratford into the rugged interior of the mid-North Island, a belt of near-wilderness that extends, actually, all the way to the East Cape, and thus divides the island effectively in two.Continue readingView more blog posts
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