After returning the car today, we took a walk down to the water, where the Hobson Bay Walkway meanders along for miles and miles. The bluff is steep, and they’ve built nice stairs to get you down there.
Again, the jungly-ness is less impressive in the picture than in real life.
At low tide, this is just one big mudflat, albeit the prettiest mudflat I’ve ever seen by a long stretch. Over the years, Auckland’s footprint has increased into a lot of land like this. Owners of multimillion dollar homes along this stretch would fight bitterly against any new developments here, I’m sure.
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