Where is everyone? – Herbertville | Licenced To Retire
When I decided to retire in 2017 I did a lot of reading of other blogs to plan our future travels. Mainly those written by Shellie Evans and Chris Miller both of whom take great photos as well as writing in a style that appeals to me. It was a post made by Shellie that had always stuck in my mind as one of the things that makes motorhoming in New Zealand special. That was the post about the freedom camping area at Pipi Bank Station a remote sheep station on the East Coast of the lower North Island. It was the photos of the place that struck just the right chord with me and I have wanted to visit ever since reading about it. First we had to get there, with us moving on from Porangahau past the site of what is the longest place name in the world. I had always thought that this title belonged to a place in Wales, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch but this apparently has only 58 letters whilst the New Zealand one has 85 so quite a big difference. With neither