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Abel Tasman National Park
New Zealand
The Track was well formed and easy to walk as it was only a costal track with no steep climbs at first. After some time of walking we came past a couple of nice bays.

At the first one, where a couple of Kajakers had landed, we had a short break before we went on the the next one. Because it was low tide we could get to a rock formation that normaly would be sourrounded with water and climb up on it.

It was awesome how clear and blue the water looked everywhere along the beach, just like I knew it from the Withsundays in Australia. Further on the track we made a short detour to a lookout over the coastline we walked past so far.

Some time later we crossed an inlet, which was only possible at low tide, otherwise we would have had to walk an hour long alternative track around it. Luckily it was low tide at the moment so the crossing only took us 15 minutes ;)

Right after the crossing we stopped at the Torrent Bay Village Campsite for the night.

We set up our tent and spent the rest of the day on the beach. At night we played some UNO with a Dutch couple that camped on the small campsite as well.