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... not the right time sleeping in a car park.
Quickly, we embraced his offer and went to their apartment after our little walk through the city in the early afternoon.
Just arrived, we met Kornelia, Jack and Jaffa. who welcomed us in a very friendly manner.
Jack, the son had rented the apartment for himself and his friends to celebrate NYE there. Because he is only 15, his parents and the cute dog Jaffa joined them. The name Jaffa comes from the ...
... steak for the adults and an early night to bed.
So this becomes our second to last sleep in NZ! Tomorrow night we will be somewhere close to Auckland and I've already been briefed on our itinerary for Monday, which apparently involves nothing other than packing up the van and putting all our gear into bags, and then being at the airport at least three hours prior to our 5.30pm departure. Now that will be a slow day it if pans out as directed.
... tiered looking old men. I Felt sorry for them and offered to help in the rescue mission and they gratefully accepted, once at the top one of the men said he was impressed as I hadn't even broken a sweat I said it was good I wasn't still fat or they would have had to add me to the stretcher (lady was ok in the end). After that bit of drama I walked the track down to the cove. Apparently it was the backdrop for the Narnia (Prince Caspian) movies and it was amazing, one of ...
The 2 main attractions here, are the 'hot beach' and cathedral cove. I'll get to the latter one later. Cathedral cove is the largest in a series of coves along this coast. Think of a large arch, a tunnel even, with sand at the bottom, the sea flowing through it at high tide and a spacious walk-through when it's not. Me and Benny did the 40minute walk to get there. Simon and Albert went for the watertaxi.
... It rained in the evening, for instance, and as they were leaving "It's raining" "Oh man, chucking it down. How we getting to town, I'm not walking in this" "No, I'll drive. I already said I'll drive" They're probably quite comical from an outside perspective. And a whirling maelstrom of stress on the inside. The bus pulled in right outside my hostel, so I was checked in within minutes. The cousins and I managed not to exchange surprised looks ...
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