OK鑫Strolling in the park, refreshing, waterwheels, waterfalls, flower houses, blue sky and white clouds, red bridges and green water, each other is interesting. There is also a Chinese-style Kunming Garden in the forest. Spend half a day, leisurely and enjoy it.
OK鑫This garden was formerly a private residence, and later donated to the government. The house stands under the blue sky and white clouds, among the green mountains and green waters, the air is fresh, the flowers are brilliant, and it is very literary and enjoyable.
OK鑫A white shape resembles a fishbone bridge, simple and modern. Located at the seaside, the nearby trails are complete, you can stroll casually, watch the waves on the beach, or overlook the snow-capped mountains from the bridge. Green grass is everywhere and the air is fresh.
My friends brought me here to see the scenery, they said it is the most beautifull beach they have near them. I agree! There’s just sonething about the ocean that makes you feel so calm and at peace. 😊
Mount Taranaki is a dormant volcano, also known as Mount Egmont. Because its shape is a very symmetrical cone, and it looks like Mount Fuji in Japan, it is called the Mt. Fuji in the southern hemisphere. The film "The Last Samurai" used to take pictures here and pretend to be Mount Fuji.
One of the good places to watch the mountain is called Te Rewa Rewa Bridge. Another name for this bridge is: White Bridge. Shaped like a fishbone, it is in a straight line with Mount Taranaki. Standing at one end of the bridge, you can see the snow-capped mountains through the bridge. The design is very clever.
This is still the starting point of a 7km coastal walkway. I didn't go because of the time, but I heard a passing old lady telling me that this trail can see both the sea and the new Plymouth city. Today's weather is not the best weather to watch the snowy mountains. The mountains are always hazy, and the southern hemisphere's Mount Fuji is not willing to reveal its true colors. So I was on this bridge for an hour, and finally I hoped to see the snow-capped mountains.
is the old lady mentioned earlier. I walked back and saw that I was still waiting here. I boasted that I was patient. So we talked about it. She came to New Zealand for two years because the beauty here has been left. Chatting and talking about the snow-capped mountains, the kind of spectacle is not expressible by the photos. After a while, the sun was slanting and the sun was getting better. At that moment, I really hope that I can stay here too.
From Mount Taranaki to Lake Taupo, you will pass a SH43 called Forgotten Highway. Talking to the landlord, we have to take this road. She hastened that we must add oil and prepare food in advance, because these hundreds of kilometers of roads do not even have a gas station. No wonder its called a forgotten road.
The whole road is endless hills and grasslands. There were very few villages and people, but in the light rain and patter, the grass and green oil brightened, so that after watching it for a few hours, it was a bit dazzling. The pasture that passed through this road was the best grass we have ever seen in New Zealand. All the way we are sighing, the cattle and sheep here are so happy, this kind of grass is delicious at first glance, and you can run around the mountains and the wild. It may have just passed the season of sheep calves, and each big sheep is carrying a pair of cute little lambs next to it. I really want to sneak a car.
The sheep here are so free and chic, people don't have to say. In the middle of the road, there will be a place called Whangamomona. This magical place declared independence in 1989, calling itself the Republic and celebrating its National Day in January each year. Although it has no legal effect, the residents here are comfortable with it. I also want to stay here and experience the life of this rural Utopia.