Number 5 is a great restaurant with quality food and a warm atmosphere.
It’s a small red building at city road which opens up to a relatively big space once entered. The food is beautifully prepared and delicious. Excellent wine list. The staff is attentive and very pleasant. The setting is very romantic and classy.
It would be a great place to bring someone you love or love to impress.
Very epic and simply amazing New Zealand!
Spend 2 minutes watching this beautiful impressive video by Chris Benny.
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1/50 sec | f/2.2 | ISO 80
1/100 sec | f/5.6 | ISO 100
Rangitoto Island is a volcanic island in the Hauraki Gulf near Auckland, New Zealand. The 5.5 km wide island is an iconic and widely visible landmark of Auckland with its distinctive symmetrical shield volcano cone rising 260 metres (850 ft) high over the Hauraki Gulf. Rangitoto is the most recent and the largest (2311 hectares) of the approximately 50 volcanoes of the Auckland volcanic field. It is separated from the mainland of Auckland’s North Shore by the Rangitoto Channel. Since World War II it has been linked by a causeway to the much older, non-volcanic Motutapu Island.
Rangitoto is Māori for ‘Bloody Sky’, with the name coming from the full phrase Ngā Rangi-i-totongia-a Tama-te-kapua (‘The days of the bleeding of Tama-te-kapua’).
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This photo is kinda old, taken with my Olympus camera. The quality is not the best, but still good enough to show you, guys. I remember I was blown away by the view! The clouds look simply amazing!