Once we had overheard that David Attenborough had graced these cliff tops that was enough for me, I suddenly launched into,”Here, on top of this remote cliff top overlooking the Pacific Ocean, is the most spectacular mainland nesting place of gannets…………. in the world.”
Luckily we visited when most of the pairs of adults (they don’t pair for life as previously thought) had young ones to feed and look after.
The views from up the top of Cape Kidnappers, were ‘awesome’, a local parlance that seems to have spread throughout the land.
Back in Napier things were hotting up for the Art Deco weekend. Starts tomorrow just as we leave but it would, wouldn’t it!
Tomorrow well, of course, we are on the move again this time further south and to Wellington.
From the gannets and us sleep well and thank you for reading. M & M