By Roddy Scoles | Posted: Tuesday September 24, 2019
After the interesting crossing yesterday we well and truly had our feet on terra firma today.
After a great sleep we headed off to an site of historical significance, Kaipipi Bay. We covered quite a lot of ground around the shoreline of Paterson Inlet and managed to get our quota of paua along the way. Once back quite a few of the students tasted some kaimoana in the form of paua and kina.
Tomorrow we try our hand at fishing and head off to Ulva Island.