Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Freedom Camping In New Zealand. Morrison's Bush...

Just a bit north of Martinborough which is just a bit north of Wellington, New Zealand's capital, is Morrison's Bush.
It is says my friend Harvey, a simply beautiful twenty acre wood with much Kanuka growing, where peace and quiet are guaranteed.
You drive through the farm, give the friendly farmer a koha and then find a spot to Freedom Camp down by the river or how about over there.
Or what about there.
For a few days. Or even longer...


3 comments:

  1. Beautiful place, this Morrison's Bush. Not only am I increasing my list of places to visit when I come to N.Z. but my New Zealandese vocabulary is growing in leaps and bounds. Yesterday I had never heard of Kanuka or for that matter Manuka trees that both supply honey. The Maori custom of koha (gift/donation) will come in handy too. Thanks, Keith.

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  2. Schweeeeet! (and what Suzy wrote!)

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  3. Now that's real freedom. Not everywhere could you do that. The custom of koha sounds great too. Everyone who is able should practice it.

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