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F & P & the oldest building (built 1833) & the oldest house in NZ (built 1822)  
   

F & P & the oldest building (built 1833) & the oldest house in NZ (built 1822)

Battered bluenose with a side of kumara fries

December 16th 2011
Today was a day of new food experiences... fish and chips for lunch at 'the shippy' on a tall ship, but no cod or haddock in sight. We had 'bluenose' and 'kapuka' - though we're still not quite sure what they are - both white fish but with a more meaty consistency than cod - very good though. Served with kumara chips (sweet potato). Then later (despite the fact it was r ... read more
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New Zealand Flag The Polynesian Maori reached New Zealand in about A.D. 800. In 1840, their chieftains entered into a compact with Britain, the Treaty of Waitangi, in which they ceded sovereignty to Queen Victoria while retaining territorial rights. In that same year... ... read more
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16th December 2011
F & P & the oldest building (built 1833) & the oldest house in NZ (built 1822)

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Wow i bet the fish was lovely, blue nose sounds like it would whale or dolphin or somthing like that. Paul did a Harka, i hope you filmed it Flora this i must see. So glad your are enjoying it the mango forest looks cool. will look out for the next update. love MUM

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