Port Arthur—one of the penal settlements on Tasman's Peninsula.
"This is the second country discovered by us," says 'Tasman.
The Hochstetter Fall is a curtain of broken, uneven, fantastic ice coming down 4,000 feet on to the Tasman glacier.
Hamilton mentions that the tradition of Tasman's visit in 1642 was still preserved.
Thus in 1770 the New Zealanders had no recollection of Tasman's visit.
He stopped this time at Nomouka, called Rotterdam by Tasman.
Tasman now sailed east, and after about a week at sea he discovered a high mountainous country, which he named "Staaten Land."
Tasman, who sighted Vanua-mbalavu in 1643, did not communicate with the natives.
From the hill above one of these lakes, we saw the snowy peaks of Tasman and Cook, fifty miles away.
It was so named by Tasman, who discovered it in November 1642.