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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... she gave me the count and i let go and sort of stepped forward and I was off. The harness was quite tight so you always felt suspended rather than falling, but the speed quickly picked up and the fall (as I expected) was enjoyable and the mechanism slowed me from about 10m above the ground for a landing on bended knees on the target. My heart was certainly pounding but it was good fun and was pleased I had done it and would do it again. Once unclipped ...
... and take a generous pull they all look at me like I'm an animal. I've been training my entire college career for this moment. We caught a cab downtown and go to a pretty cool club. The kiwis bought me jaeger bombs. We dance and do that **** for a while then head to another one. At some point I got lost trying to meet a guy that is going to give us surfing lessons. At this point I'm completely on my own. I go to the bar that I ...
After nearly 3 months in the land of the kiwi's I'm making my way up to the Fiji Islands.
My last 3 weeks here in New Zealand have been very great.
I normally worked 4-5 hours per day. Splitting wood/mixing concrete and a little bit of cooking. The excellent humour of Geoff was always something very relaxing. And beside him ...
... 160;Not that either of us is sick or diagnosed or anything of the sort but, these things made us re-examine what we were doing every day. But both our moms died from cancer! And you can't plan things like cancer or car wrecks or alzheimers....they just happen. We want to live every day...not just the occasional 'fun' days or the occasional 'depressing' days......or the mostly ordinary repetitive days. We want to know who we are and what we want to ...
... of extraction and sawing equipment to a full mock up of a boarding house of the period. Artefacts were shown in room situations with the models based on real people of the times. We ran out of time to do it full justice, nipping out for lunch before a quick visit to the old school rooms which were used till 1972, post office and telephone exchange and small chapel. There was also a small exhibition of the life of J. G. Coates , NZ twenty first PM who cam from there and was buried ...