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Found it fogg found Cathedral Cove

Sunday, April 10, 2016North Island, New Zealand

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We did the kayak tour today (the long one) and enjoyed the entire area. We saw a blue penguin, several stingrays, and cormorants. And we landed, of course, at the Cathedral Cave beach. Thanks for bringing us here.

TFTC - Fogg & Consortin

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