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... decision making, so why concern myself with that now? The race was excellent and considering I had done little in the way of training, we managed to run pretty much all of it (except up the stairs and the steeper cliffs) in 2hrs49. Thank god my running partner was cool as it would have been physically impossible to run any faster to get away from her. The best part (aside from not breaking my leg) - a finisher's goody bag consisting of a ...
... has also been some confusing terms to deal with, such as:
On the way back from visiting some Palliative Care Beds during my induction, my colleague said 'we will pop by the dairy on the way back to the office'. Why?! to milk some cows? What does this have to do with my induction at the District Health Board? I don't have appropriate shoes for this...I don't particularly like milk either... turns out the dairy is just a corner shop. ...
... enough to move here.
Seeing as how we had so much fun (funny how time dulls the pain) cycling around when we were here last, our first purchase was new hybrid-touring bikes. I won't relive the play-by-play of purchasing the bikes for you, I will just say that for us, it was like Christmas on crack; or at least it was, until we had a fight over who got to put stickers on their bike to tell them apart.
... of touch rugby - Scotland vs the Rest of the World, and Scotland won!! Thanks to my try scoring skills and the desertion of a young local boy from the other team to ours, just before the final try.
All this went on while our dinner was cooking. We were enjoying a hangi tonight. This is meat and root veggies, like last night, but cooked in a more traditional manner, under the ground. We watched the team put it into ...
... to say, unless you have a super good camera or you are very lucky you do not get this on picture. But just watching them was an unforgettable pleasure.
The visit around the volcano was great. We had to wear a helmet as well as a mask as the sulphuric fumes are very unpleasant to the throat. I picked up a few rocks (small ones of course) to bring back. The whole walk lasted about 1h30 and the guides ...
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