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... that they have been working on. That was fun. We also met his parents when we went over for tea and some mini pancakes. Nice people, who work tons on their really fancy multi tiered garden. I mowed the lawn here a few times to earn my keep. Along with taking turns making dinner it was the least we could do. We had a few BBQ's during our stay. A particular one stuck out when we cooked Venison steaks and sausages that Mark's buddy brought over. So fresh, so tasty.
... safe to drink - the food, even in the streets, is safe to eat
They love to eat feet, chicken, duck, pig, sheep – all are greasy and full of gristle – yuck!
Crazy divers – no one crashes (not much anyway) but a lot of honking and yelling
Everyone smokes – tobacconists everywhere – a packet of 20 costs about 25% of NZ price
See you next trip folks - thanks for tuning in.
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Today was supposed to start with a run but I'm on holiday so I settled for sitting on a park bench watching Hazel do the running. The concierge had recommended a nearby park but on arrival we discovered it was full of steep slopes so quite a chore. We walked back to the hotel and, after showering, headed down to breakfast. To list all the options would take too long but suffice to say I made a valiant effort to try everything. Hazel was far more reserved!! Today is ...
... br> We stopped in a beauty place where she had purchased some amazing creams, and I found some stuff called Propolis Liquid. It was $20.00, and is considered 'Natures Antibiotic'. As we left the store,.....I dropped 4 drops on my tongue. It tasted absolutely horrible.
We walked a little further, and Ade showed me a massage place that shed found. I signed up for a neck, shoulder, and back massage. My entire body was achey, so I needed ...
... around. They made their was from South East Asia, and found all these islands. There’s even proof that they made it to South America sometime around 1200 AD, well before Christopher Columbus did. They’re also referred to as Popcorn people because many of the young people here are fit and healthy, then it seems they hit a certain age and all of a sudden “pop” and become fat. There’s also the common custom of cross dressing men. But it goes ...