Hokitika is a small town in the western part of New Zealand's South Island. It is famous for its unique green jade in New Zealand and is known as the Jade City of New Zealand. What I like more, however, is its tranquility. At 8 or 9 o'clock in the summer evening, stroll on the delicate sand beach, admire the works stacked by the artists with dead wood, waiting for the sunset to come... There is no one on the street, if it is not a few hares pulled out from the grass Selling Meng, you will feel that this world is as quiet as you and the people around you... In addition, the free firefly forest here is also recommended, just on the edge of the town, although it is said to be much smaller than the size of the firefly hole in the North Island. But after I walked in for the first time, it was still very shocking. It was really dreamy. Of course, if there are fewer tourists, there will be no more light and voice, and it will be more romantic.
On the beach of Hokitika, there is a symbolic spot of the net red, which is the shape of this HOKITIKA wood, which attracts people from all over the world to pilgrimage, the perfect sky and the color of the sea to integrate it all. The color of the beach here is rare black sand. Although it is dirty at first sight, it is still more delicate after going down. The town is still so quiet, there are not many pedestrians and vehicles on the street. The landmark building of the town is a bell tower standing in the center of the central road around the island. The town seems quiet to hear the buzzing of the clock of the clock tower. The seagulls on the beach are flying freely. It is the life I am looking forward to.
Hokitika's beach has a lot of wood that is made by the locals, so it is suitable for the future. Walking on the beach, because of the many sundries, it flashed a flashlight. When the clouds were foggy and the Milky Way in the southern hemisphere was in front of me for the first time, this long-lost touch made me excited and set my flashlight to the sky.
Next door to
Hokitika Beach is Fat Pipi Pizzas, the only silverfish pizza on the West Coast. Its really hot to go into the door, but I have to wait for it. There is an outdoor garden area behind, the sky is too cold, afraid of freezing or giving up, and the boss discussed it, just sitting at the table in the waiting area at the door.
Have you ever eaten Taihu Sanbai and Silverfish Steamed Egg? New Zealanders also love silverfish and fish more on the west coast of the South Island. They are juveniles of several different species of milkfish. We are also very fortunate to catch up with the silverfish season in the spring. Silverfish pizza is not bad, recommended.
The ginger beer in the picture is called Pentax, which is the first-selling ginger beer in Australia. Although it is beer, Pentax does not contain any alcohol. It is not just a combination of soda and ginger flavoring agents. It is made by selecting a selection of Australian quality dried ginger and then heating it with caramel water. Natural yeast malt fermentation.
Seeing a beautiful sunset in Hokitika, New Zealand, jumping from the height of 10,000 feet in Queenstown, hiking 10 km in Mount Cook, making a vow under the snowy mountains, picnicking at Lake Wanaka, in Tikpo The lake held hands to see the starry sky and the Milky Way, the first attempt to fly in Wanaka and the lobster in Kaikoura. . . . 1 car, 11 days, more than 2,800 kilometers, galloping in the dream of New Zealand, experienced an unprecedented journey!
New Zealand is one of the most beautiful countries in the southern hemisphere, consisting of two islands, the South Island and the North Island, and the South Island is close to Antarctica (so if you are lucky enough to see the South Pole, you will see the most beautiful in Tekapu The starry sky and the rare Antarctic light), the North Island and Fiji are a country that is very suitable for self-driving travel. The distance between the various attractions is not close, but the scenery is infinite.
This is our main destination for self-driving New Zealand South Island. The South Island is famous for its natural landscapes. Lakes, snow mountains, glaciers, jungles and oceans are all available. Around the South Island, I traveled around the South Island, galloping in the blue sky and white clouds, like a fairy tale world, as beautiful as a dream, but it is still at your fingertips.