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Waikau Bay: a beekeeper inspects his hives in the setting sun. 168 people live along the 50 km of coast, with two schools, two churches and four villages. The coast is preserved; it belongs to the Maoris. The properties have been divided up because of successive inheritances and today it is impossible to sell.