After enjoying a 360 degrees view of the Auckland area, we picked up Kuya Nowell’s kids from school and headed to a seaside suburb.
Fish and chips for lunch…
What an amazing lookout point!
Pou whenua are traditional Māori carvings (like totem poles) used to mark territorial boundaries or people and places of significance.
This one honors important historical chiefs…
Before nightfall, we headed home and had a barbecue feast for dinner.
Ended today with much gratitude for good food and a warm home. <3