Yes, the names of towns here are quite confusing and I am blessed to have Hubby to help me keep all the town names straight!
I guess living in America keeps you out of the loop on some 'world famous' things...
I have no words to add here...just click here and read the story for yourself!
These little train cars were set in the sidewalk footpath outside a small museum in Kawakawa.
Kerekeri has a lot to offer in the form of chocolate delicacies.Get fudged has a great selection of great fudge and you can order online.
Makana chocolates were just down the road from the fudge shop, but I didn't get any pictures to share. Click here for their website.
Pete's Pioneer and Transport museum is a quaint, small place that is tucked away in Kerikeri but worth a look for some nostalgia.
Some other sights to see in Kerikeri include St James Church.
According to hubby's research, this bell was given to the church when the 'Black Prince' was decommissioned in 1960.
Stone Store as it stands today, the oldest existing building in the country.
And, last but not least, Hubby was sweet enough to find this little church in Kohekohe for me. It is situated on the side of the road with nothing else around except a gorgeous view behind it.