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Tamaki Drive to Quay Street to Wynyard Quarter. The Auckland Waterfront is a beautiful place to cycle. In the Summer time, the Pohutakawa trees that line Tamaki Drive glow with bursts of red needles, New Zealand's own native Christmas tree flower. Falling to the ground over Christmas, they form a red carpet that makes anyone feel like a royal, if they care to slow their pace and take in the majestic view. 
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I used the same recordings to make a tiny planet cycling tour of Auckland Waterfront. It wont display in Veer, but you can find it on my Facebook profile - https://www.facebook.com/DeDubuyu/posts/1235312059904186
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This video makes people feel leisurely and carefree
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The sun is sprinkled on the tree
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I like the weather very much
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Jason Brody1 yr ago
The water is clear and clear
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Guiii!1 yr ago
Ohai Mami
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Carol Yin1 yr ago
@Darrell Webster got it, that's a good system :)
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@Carol Yin, one lane is for cycling and the other for walking. Cyclists cross over to the walking lane when they need to pass each other.
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Carol Yin1 yr ago
Interesting how the bike lane is split into 2, usually I just see 1 lane on each side, but are there lanes on both sides of the road?
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Nice scenery! Oh I miss the summer...
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