Glow Little Glowworms!


A short blog about tiny critters . . .glowworms.  We visited Waitomo caves, world famous for its population of Arachnocampa luminosa, a glowworm species found exclusively in New Zealand. Since no photography is allowed I did the next best thing: I took photos of postcards!


The caves themselves are limestone with the usual stalagmites, stalagtites, and columns.  But the silent boat ride observing millions of glowworms. . .magical.

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    • Hope you guys are good. We’re now at an amazing beach resort with temps in te 80’s. We’re on a peninsula on the Cormandel Peninsula and wifi is spotty. But I’ll be taking photos and writing a blog when possible. Beach days today and tomorrow. Xoxo. L

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