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... Sushi. This was mine and Harriet's first taste of it and I must say it is immense! When we returned to the hostel the others were back from their jumps and it was great to hear their stories. It was nerve wracking just to listen. But the fun doesn't stop there. No no! Next stop the gondola and luging! Luging in NZ is a gravity powered downhill cart racing activity where you get a chair lift back to the top and go down again! Great fun for the 11 of us ...
... it was concluded that this, for the girls at least meant they were required to simply 'dress like libby'! After briefly roaming the town, turning down a $30 pair of canvas shoes that didn't fit, and reasonably priced ugg boots, it was a minor miracle (so I am told) that Helen stumbled across a vintage clothing store which happened to stock some luminous trainers, indicating questionable sexual orientation, in her size for a reasonable price. The Amazing Race It turned out that ...
... lake but the sun had dropped just a little too far for west-facing photos. That night I had my hot tub mellow time, which you would've seen on Facebook. Again, I soaked up the solitude and let the hot water knock out the knots in my muscles. After that, I grabbed my camera and tripod and headed for Coronet Peak in the dark to shoot my nightscapes. All that alone time was lovely and rejuvenating. It made me ready for Saturday.
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... with the kids and even their parents.
The volunteering activity would be ideal for a school group because it would put young people in the shoes of the parent or teacher of children with disabilities. This should evoke a sense of added maturity. It will open students up to situations they wouldn't usually experience and can give themselves appreciation for their own life as well as the influence they are having ...
... be seen out of the bus window as we went to the AJ Hackett bungy jump centre, named after the adrenaline junky who has pioneered the activity. We watched a couple of videos that were designed to entice us into doing a bungy ourselves before Dutch Sam and Fly decided to do just that while we were there. The pair of them boldly jumped off the suspension bridge over the Kawarau River (the world’s first commercial bungy site) and lived to tell the tale. I ...