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... and so by the time we made it into town it was already around 2 AM. Since we didn’t have any kind of plan, we simply decided to stay at the hostel the person next to me on the plane recommended and then just headed downtown. Wellington actually has quite the nightlife and so it was definitely a noteworthy start of our weekend. And as such, when we woke up the next day we both were in dire need for some decent coffee. And that’s when we found out that Wellington is ...
... I called the company they told me the keys were in the toilet compartment and that as I didn't have to sign the contract they would just have to trust me. Hahahaha. The RV is absolutely lush. We were lucky to get one as the original company I booked with went bust, the second company took my booking and then couldn't deliver to Picton. We ended up booking with a budget company who use old Tui campers, our is about ...
... glacier or spectacular bit of coastline. Puke, puke, puke.
I requested that we wake up on a beach on my birthday so we parked up in a remote Department of Conservation Campsite on the northeast coast for the night. The next morning, I pulled back the curtains to be treated to a spectacular birthday sunrise. Thank you New Zealand. And thank you Jamie for the scrambled eggs. It's amazing what you can achieve in a cramped campervan ...
... a very pure form of gelatine from sturgeon fish bladders), gelatine (extract from boiled cow's or pig's hooves and sinews), egg whites (or albumin) and caseins (a protein from milk)." Source: http://vegans.frommars.org/wine/faq.php #1.3
-This year was relatively cool and rainy in New Zealand, which is not great for wine production. The yield was about 50% less than a good ...
Sunday 2nd January
It was windy during the night and we didn't sleep terrible well but it was all good and as the morning gentle settled in Jack in the next door tent awoke at 6 and started to cry. Jack was the dearest little boy that we had met the day before Jules and Al's lad, both parents were slight and of average hight, Jack had been born at 11 pounds which was somewhat of a surprise for everyone, and ...