Beautiful fern forest on the Abel Tasman track

Beautiful fern forest on the Abel Tasman track

The haunted Whariwharangi hut

The haunted Whariwharangi hut

Bark Bay, Abel Tasman National Park

Bark Bay, Abel Tasman National Park

Waiharakeke Bay, Abel Tasman National Park

Waiharakeke Bay, Abel Tasman National Park

Anapai Bay Abel Tasman National Park

Anapai Bay Abel Tasman National Park

Anapai Bay Abel Tasman National Park

Anapai Bay Abel Tasman National Park

Awaroa Estuary Abel Tasman National Park

Awaroa Estuary Abel Tasman National Park

Awaroa Hut, Abel Tasman National Park

Awaroa Hut, Abel Tasman National Park

Onetahuti Beach estuary in Abel Tasman National Park

Onetahuti Beach estuary in Abel Tasman National Park

Awaroa Estuary Abel Tasman National Park

Awaroa Estuary Abel Tasman National Park


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Bark Bay, Abel Tasman National Park

Bark Bay, Abel Tasman National Park

Anchorage Hut, Abel Tasman National Park

Anchorage Hut, Abel Tasman National Park

The breathtakingly beautiful Onetahuti Beach in Abel Tasman National Park

The breathtakingly beautiful Onetahuti Beach in Abel Tasman National Park

Adele Island, Abel Tasman National Park

Adele Island, Abel Tasman National Park

Abel Tasman Track

Abel Tasman Track

Bergen, a charming harbor city on Norway's Atlantic coast, is big enough to be interesting and small enough to get your arms around.

Bergen, Norway, a coastal city with lots of charm

Bergen, a charming harbor city on Norway's Atlantic coast, is big enough to be interesting and small enough to get your arms around.

Saltstraumen Bodo, Norway    Saltstraumen is the worlds largest tidal current. The maelstrom is created in a 3 km long and 150m wide strait between Skjerstad Fjord and the Salten Fjord, 32 km from Bodo town centre.    400million cubic meters of water flow through Saltstraumen in about 6 hours, which is the amount of time it takes for the tides to change & the water to flow the other direction.    (That was a little excerpt from the informational sign posted at the site)  This picture was…

Saltstraumen Bodo, Norway Saltstraumen is the worlds largest tidal current. The maelstrom is created in a 3 km long and 150m wide strait between Skjerstad Fjord and the Salten Fjord, 32 km from Bodo town centre. 400million cubic meters of water flow through Saltstraumen in about 6 hours, which is the amount of time it takes for the tides to change & the water to flow the other direction. (That was a little excerpt from the informational sign posted at the site) This picture was…

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