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Hawke’s Bay view from Bluff Hill Lookout in New Zealand

hawke's bay view from bluff hill lookout by Yukari Iwasaki inner child playground

What a whirlwind trip that Count and I had this weekend!  An unexpected additional flight to Auckland and a massive delay in our schedule made us desperate for sleep and rest when we arrived to our destination, Napier in New Zealand.

Count was a best man for his university friend’s wedding on Saturday and as his duty he had to be at the wedding venue quite early.  Without Count by my side I was left in the Art Deco capital of the world, Napier on my own for four hours or so. With extreme UV scorching my skin I decided to head to Bluff Hill Lookout to take in the scenery.

We were staying by the beach side hotel in the town center but climbing up a hill for 15 minutes drastically changed the scenery.

Nearly 280 degrees of ocean view with the Hawke’s Bay as the back drop was a spectacular scenery to take in before the wedding!

I grow to love New Zealand each time I visit (minus the crazily windy Wellington that blew off my wooden sunglasses!) and I look forward more kiwi adventure!

the view from bluff hill look out taken by Yukari Iwasaki

The view from the Bluff Hill Lookout

Cheers to letting go,

Signature of Yukari Iwasaki, blogger of Inner Child Playground

Yukari Iwsasaki

Instagram : @innerchildplayground

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This entry was published on January 19, 2015 at 6:40 pm. It’s filed under Drawing and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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