Captain Eady's Lookout
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... landing. I hope everyone has a chance to see an albatross crash land at some point in their lives. It is hilarious! It also makes me feel better knowing puberty is awkward for the whole animal kingdom.
We raced back from the peninsula to sneak into an afternoon tour of NZ's oldest brewery, Speights. The facility has been producing beer since the late 1800's. It was a small tour group so at the end the tour guide let us pour our own tastings! Such a ...
... wife Eliza. Construction began in 1871 and 200 workmen worked for 3 years before the family moved in. Another 12 years were spent finishing the interior with the finest materials from around the world.
When she died aged 38 he married her sister, who also died aged 38. Having married for a third time and with rumours that his son was having an affair with his stepmother, William shot himself at the New Zealand House of Parliament in 1898.
In 1967 Margaret ...
... where we were guaranteed to see some, as the previous evening 198 had come ashore. Upon speaking to some locals and reluctant to pay the hefty entrance price, we sat in our camper eating a pizza in the carpark next to where the penguins appear. That evening sure enough we saw some confused penguins wandering right next to where we were parked. We had seen what we had wanted to see & we left Omarau having had a really fun ...
... rolling evergreen hills beyond! And I actually took time and dedicated myself to take pictures!!! So I have a few now!! I will put them up once I get into my computer..some may go on both here and Facebook. There are heaps of local cafés around town and as I was walking, the lights on the street near the church, around the cafés, and on the trees became aglow! It was like Christmas :) there is a place in town called the Octagon where all these cute cafés I am ...
Went home until the game started at 7. The All Blacks game was an amazing experience. We ended up winning the game 28-27. SO exciting. Sold out stadium.
Now it is just a lot of goodbyes… I'm home in 3 days. Starting to pack. Sad times but I can't tell you how excited I am to come home. I just want a warm bed, familiar foods, a haircut and my friends and family.
I miss and love you all!
See you very soon :)