Te Paki Stream & dunes

Our tour bus driving along Te Paki Stream in the northernmost part of the north island in New Zealand.
Te Paki Stream is the road.

Te Paki Stream is the entrance to New Zealand’s “90 mile beach” highway, in the far north. Because of unusual weather patterns the stream has silted up to where it doesn’t work for that any more. But the tour buses still come in so the daring can ride boogie boards down the sand dunes.

Going up to ride down.

I took a pass on the thrill, but enjoyed watching others.

For Alive and Trekking’s Which Way Photo Challenge

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