Abel Tasman named this headland Rocky Cape but Cook later changed it to Cape Foulwind because his ship was blown out to sea here.
Something else that we saw here which there seem to be far less of in New Zealand is this.
No not the farmer but a stile. My friend who has moved out here told us that one thing she really misses is the network of paths and bridleways that weave all over Great Britain many of which go back hundreds of years and have become public right of ways. There are plenty of paths and tramping ways but she says there are few over private farmland like we are used to.
Then of course I wanted to show you a few of the fur seals at the colony I mentioned.
Then this last one we saw today on Doubtful Sound. More about that another day!