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    Unusual cave.

    I was hiking west, about 9 km along the coast from the DOC camp at Spirits Bay last week when I stopped for lunch near this unusual cave. It wasn't as big as some in the area, but I liked the look of it enough to take this photo.

    To give you some idea of it's size, i was just able to squeeze inside, and although not big enough to stretch out, it was comfy, and I didn't really want to come out.

    On the downside, it was a bit damp and there was a wasps nest in the scrub above the entrance.

    I'm wondering should i post the image on Google Earth?

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    Zarkov wrote:
    I was hiking west, about 9 km along the coast from the DOC camp at Spirits Bay last week when I stopped for lunch near this unusual cave. It wasn't as big as some in the area, but I liked the look of it enough to take this photo.

    To give you some idea of it's size, i was just able to squeeze inside, and although not big enough to stretch out, it was comfy, and I didn't really want to come out.

    On the downside, it was a bit damp and there was a wasps nest in the scrub above the entrance.

    I'm wondering should i post the image on Google Earth?
    Absolutely you should.

    I do alot of contribution to google maps one of my 360 photos has over 1 million views.
    It's a good hobby allows people who have never/can never go to NZ to experience part of it.

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    Chuck one of those gps caches in there if they are still a thing

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    Still smaller than my wife's.

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    I hope for your sake she never trawls this cesspit.

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    Coincidentally this cave was right next door.

    While not as big as the famous Whatipu cave, it was big enough to hold a party in.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=what...eKHrR1pS_zh2M:

    But apart from the obvious danger of falling boulders, it was tidal and thus inundated twice a day.

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    SL1CKSTA wrote:
    Absolutely you should.

    I do alot of contribution to google maps one of my 360 photos has over 1 million views.
    It's a good hobby allows people who have never/can never go to NZ to experience part of it.
    I can't figure out how to do it.

    It must be counter-intuitive.

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    Clicked on this thinking thread was going to be about Lisa Lewis ....... was right.

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    Nah can only fit 1 man in it.

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    Mancubus wrote:
    Still smaller than my wife's.
    From what I remembered, it smells better too.

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    I also found an unusual cave in the weekend.


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    Sin^ wrote:
    From what I remembered, it smells better too.

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    Was worried this would be a Hambeast thread. Was plesantly surprised.

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    Sin^ wrote:
    From what I remembered, it smells better too.