Its existence only a few travelers know. And the locals, the inhabitants of the islands of New Zealand, few people had ever heard of him. Yet the phenomenon is very curious a natural fire, now nearly a hundred years of burning forest undergrowth in the middle of the deserted bush.
The rivers flowing past the secluded village of Murchison, which is the South Island, the largest in New Zealand, full of trout and anglers from all over the world come here to try their luck fishing. But in the Blackwater River trout today is not usual at all. At first glance, it is quite typical of the South Island river clear and fast. However, there is one feature of Black water: Water publishes its barely perceptible smell of kerosene. Read the rest of this entry »