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... the sunny weather. The weather is great here, so I fired up the BBQ and cooked up some honey soy marinated steaks, burgers, posh sausages and halloumi. I could get used to BBQ's at Xmas! We are now chilling out with some wine. The plan is to watch the Blackadder Christmas Carol, the rest of Love Actually, and drink some hot chocolate (a Mellon family tradition) before turning in for the big day. Merry Christmas for the morning! ...
... we pass vast vineyard estates. They go on for miles and miles, thousands of rows of vines. Millions of bottles of wine must come from here. Curiously though, if you buy grapes at the supermarket they come from America! Work that one out?!
We stop at the Omaka Aviation Museum. This is home to Sir Peter Jackson's (he of Lords of the Rings fame) world war one plane collection. The museum is slightly different ...
... We had chosen the stray bus because it was apparently targeted at a slightly more mature crowd than the "kiwi experience". Being slightly older than the average backpacker, we fitted into this category well. However when the driver put on pumping party tunes and made us get up on the mic before playing a pizza name game we were left debating whether we had made a terrible mistake. Fortunately for us he ...
... absolutely beautiful here, and in particular so barren. It’s my first impression of the South Island, and I’ve noticed that it is considerably dryer here than in the North. The next plan is to hitchhike to Christchurch and we have till Wednesday to do so. I’ve never hitchhiked in my life and neither has Ivo but for some reason we’re quite optimistic about it. It’s only an 8-hour drive anyway from Picton, and once we made it to Christchurch we’ll have ...
... over 18 years of age of course!!) Since all government buildings (and TePapa) were vacated till further instructions, trains shut down and the only motorway jammed, pubs become the next logical step for the humankind of Wellington!! People who previously were hanging out on the streets moved mostly towards these establishments, where the space under the tables reverted to being utilised in the traditional way: demonstrating ...