In November 2013 we went to see John’s son, Michael, and his girlfriend, Leah, in New Zealand.
The two of them have been working with WWOOF on the north island since September 2013.
While we were there, we visited Cathedral Cove.
Cathedral Cove is located on The Coromandel Peninsula and is arguably one of the most picturesque spots on The Peninsula.
You can tour the area by boat or kayak, but we chose to do the hike down.
It isn’t a difficult walk but you’ll want to wear shoes with some traction.
The walking track offers views of Gemstone Bay and Stingray Bay.
Around every corner is another breathtaking spot:
Here are a few of the pictures I took from our time at Cathedral Cove.
I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves.
I just wish the photos could do it justice.
Look at those crazy kids climbing the rocks.
All three of them.
Cathedral Cove is one of those places in the world you just need to go and experience for yourself.
The water, the beach, the caves, the rocks, and the cove are all spectacular!
Certainly a day our family will never forget.
And for more on New Zealand, read about our time in Aukland, Queenstown, Wanaka, Tekapo, and Christchurch HERE.