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... the people super friendly and wherever you're going for a walk, you can be sure of some amazing landscape. On Friday I did a long walking tour (18km) to Russel with Mette from Denmark and it was, well, very diverse. I don't only mean the nature, we walked on the beach, then into the bush and rainforest and then again through wetland. It was really nice! But I'm also referring to the weather, which was even worse than any day I had experienced in Ireland. Rain ...
... us! We giggled about this quite a bit. Well, we hitchhiked to Russell, and made it alive! Russell was very cute, but even tinier than Paihia. We got a little snack, and then took the passenger ferry back home to Paihia. What a crazy day! And that’s what I did on Thanksgiving!
Tuesday, the only thing we had planned was a kayaking trip at 4:30, so we lounged around for most of the day. Cathy and I tried to plan our summer. It’s very stressful! Dan ...
... doch etwas überteuert gewesen wäre. Am nächsten Tag haben wir uns ein Hostel gesucht und ich habe mal wieder dem Büro meiner Organisation einen Besuch abgestattet. Auf der Car Fair am nächsten Sonntag haben wir mein Auto leider nicht verscherbelt bekommen, aber dafür einige Tage später an einen kroatisch/russischen Cardealer, wo ich zugegeben keine kleine Sorge gehegt habe, ob der erhaltene Bankscheck auch gedeckt ist. War er aber und ich war schon etwas reicher. Währenddessen habe ...
Back at the hotel, i repacked my bag, had a shower, did
some reading, finished off my last beers, i also finished the last of
my vodka, then used up the last of my hotel internet time. Once
everything was packed and sorted i got ready for the night. This was
going to be our last official night on Contiki, the remaining group
had decided to go out for one last dinner. We meet at reception as a
group and then ...
... of Marlborough, and it turned out there were some sessions scheduled on the island too. We necked our tea and made a run for it back to the ferry.
The next day we went on a day trip to Cape Reinga, with our awesome bus driver, Derek. Cape Reinga is a really special place in New Zealand, and that neck of the woods was meant to be stunning, so we were really excited about the day.
We stopped en-route at Manginangina, part of the Puketi-Omahuta forest. It is one of the ...