Ninety Mile Beach Local Customs

  • Looking North From Hukatere
    Looking North From Hukatere
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  • Sand Blowing Along
    Sand Blowing Along
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    Tohe Will Warn When to "Go Home"

    by kotitihaere Written Mar 23, 2006

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    Sand Blowing Along

    As the wind usualy blows out on the Tohe (90 mile beach) you can see the dry sand being picked up and skimming along the surface.

    If you are close to where you came on, or by an onramp and you see the sand being blown along from BOTH directions and into the onramp that you came off (instead of just moving in one direction and going past the onramp) that means "Go Home"

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    The Spiritual Path to Cape Reinga

    by kotitihaere Written Mar 23, 2006

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    Looking North From Hukatere

    Most people know that Cape Reinga, in the Maori world, is the departing place of the wairua (spirits). But how do the wairua get there? They travel along to Tohe.

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