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Maori Hungi

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P5170057.JPGSo far. weve visited five different Maraes with overnights at three of them. We've been so welcomed and have become a part of their communities. Today, Ngahiwi Tomoana, the chairman of the Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Incorporation, our host here in NZ. The hungi is a feast of meats and vegatables buried underground with hot rocks for 3-4 hours. later we all sat around the table and sang songs with the chairman and several elders. We also visted Te Mata Peak, a sacred site of the Maori. It is about 3500 feet above the Hawks Bay plain.

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