Kawau Lodge & Kawau Island Experience
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... t see you all for awhile. But, I notice it a bit now. I realize this is a HUGE thing we are doing and its pretty darn cool. Its scary and exciting and crazy...but then I am crazy sometimes .... I miss you all. I really miss my cat. I can't believe how much I miss my LouSeal. I guess I spent more time with Lucy than most people in my life so, its hard to adjust. But, I am slowly. I still pinch myself when I think about the fact ...
... we sat at our cute little fold down outside table, with a beer, under the stars, reflecting on a perfect day! Don't get me wrong the day was perfect, but this driving malarky is testing mine and Robs patience with each other more than ever before! My ability to read a map angers him more than life and Robs need to have the music so loud bugs me rather a lot I sometimes give him the silent treatment.. It's all very mature! But we are still friends and there ...
... LADING document helped me all the time. So back to the accommodation and after a few phone calls to the shipping agent I get the papers in the evening. However, it is already too late and so I go back the next morning to the customs. This time there is another guy and who do not want to see the papers and stamped the carnet without asking!
Since the paper work is done, I have to pack the motorbike. I go to the local motorcycle dealer and ...
... opens now mainly for live concerts and the odd premiere. Back at the waterfront we walked along the quayside where they were busy preparing for the arrival of the Volvo round the world yacht race which was due in at the weekend. Anne-Marie came to meet us and we sat in the sun having cocktails (beer for John) then went in search of another blast from the past - the Angus Steak House. You choose a raw steak and take it to the chef. They were still as good and as ...
... was very hot outside. Supposedly, the sun is very intense here not just because it’s summer, but also because there is little protection of the ozone layer. Staying cool and unburned was the goal! The views were amazing from atop Mount Eden.
On another day, we took a 30-minute ferry ride to Rangitoto Island, which is the youngest island of New Zealand. It was formed 600 years ago. We walked through the largest Black Back Gull colony in New Zealand, where they ...