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... so we sat there for a bit and enjoyed the atmosphere (and being out of the wind) before heading off to the brewery tour. It was now 6.30pm and I'd been in my feet all day, and had two glasses of wine which always makes me sleepy, so a 90 minute tour was just what I wanted! That said, it was very interesting and our guide certainly knew his stuff. We saw how the beer was made and were told lots of facts and figures, all of which I've forgotten, and ended up ...
... working our way through a few NZ wines red and white before we hit wine making country , for research purposes only, so we know which vineyards to head for !! Lol We are definitely in the NZ zone now. They don't have late night shopping, shops close on Wednesdays, this is a city but by 6 everyone has gone home and there is no traffic on the roads. They have numerous second hand/ charity shops as they upcycle everything nothing is ...
... didn’t have to wait long before they arrived coming onto the beach in groups of 30 or so and then scurrying up the rocks and into the grass. So cute!
Someone said to me what are you going to do for 2 months in NZ? Well we have been busy every day and yesterday was no exception. We managed to fit in a nice old house, a walk up the steepest road, a steam train trip, visit to museum and cinema.
Olveston House like Larnach castle was ...
... kept laughing and saying 'no sheep..sit' which is what she constantly says to Cappie Danni's dog. They sucked on her finger which she didn't like and then Archie's the fox terrier came up to say hello so who care's about lambs when there is a dog around.
We told her Archie's name and she cuddle him and patted him and chased him and called out 'Archie, Archie, Archie' he was a beautiful dog very tolerant and gentle apparently he is very use to children. Which is funny because ...
... your chin". We left town quite early because we were exhausted from the whole day. On our walk home we came across two extortionately drunk men, one of who I had to put in the recovery position because he was being sick everywhere. We left him to it as other people had called an ambulance. After being booed and nearly having a few scruffs in the street for being English we finally made it back to where we were staying. Neither of us had been so appreciative of a bed before. We'd ...