I guess there will be a book and film made to document what happened.
This reminds me of a 1993 movie called 'Alive' (1993) about an Uruguayan plane crash. The survivors resorted to eating the corpses of the other passengers. I don't know why I thought of it, since the two events are unrelated. Maybe something terrible happened to both groups so survival instincts kicked in. The miners have been forced to change their lifestyle - give up almost everything for a couple of months.
How much adversity can a person take? The miners are going through trials in endurance and have exceeded expectations.
I hope they get top side soon!
I am a third of the way through my Masters... It's getting serious.
Raglan is freezing this time of year. We arrived at sunset.
Dinner at The Shack consisted of winter vegetable soup and followed by tiramisu trifle. I got sick afterwards though. The restaurant had good mood lighting.
I want one of these ketchup bottles!
The backpackers had plenty of facilities.
This is the view from a balcony overlooking the bay.
I paddled away at this loom for a bit.
There were some mean street art along the corrugated iron walls.
I found a memorial for John Noble after going down the walkway down to the shore.
Below are two of the North, South, East West sculptures at lookout point
Manu Bay had impressive wind but not much waves. It started to rain by the time we made it to Wainui Beach.