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... we saw the Hakka performed from behind as we were on the other side of the stadium but it didn't matter, we got the full effect of the atmosphere. Apparently they did their special Hakka that they invented and they only use it for big matches or matches where it's a real competition. The crowd went wild for it. Then the game began. England were strong and pocketed a few good points very quickly, it was 13-0 for quite some time and by half time the All Blacks had scrambled up to 6. ...
... over from the road again to have some breakfast. It got freezing cold as the southerlies started to come in.
But luckily this doesn't stop the scenery to be beautiful. We saw some great coastal drives as well as rainbows and great sunsets.
Oh, and not to forget the Moeraki Boulders we went to on the way down to Dunedin. According to my mum and her boyfriend one of those would be the perfect souvenir for them :D ...
... body hurt and I could barely walk. Immediately called to book a massage somewhere. I have been so active my body doesn't have time to recover.
Just relaxed and had a little birthday celebration Friday evening.
Today has been another cloudy day but it was made all the brighter from all of the birthday wishes from home.
LOVE YOU ALL <3
Back in the car, having shaken off the water, we were off to Geraldine. Not to see a long-lost relation, but the town of Geraldine. Christchurch was fully-booked for the weekend, so we'd settled for staying anywhere in the vicinity, or en route, so Geraldine it was.
See you there.
Martin & Lyndsey
P.S. No penguins were harmed in the making of this blog. A seal was clubbed and a seagull was concussed, but that's it - I promise.