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... t begin to say how hilarious he was, he should have had his own show. His sense of come back was amazing and he could just talk and prattle until the cows came home. We were all travelling well with our spacing, I was third from the front. It went females first and then by height. We travelled through farming, housing and a eucalyptus plantation, oh did that bring me home, I loved that. The smells were amazing, the flowers were all different sweetness as we passed ...
... a better view into the valley. Before we leave the car park, we sort out our gear for rapid evacuation at the airport. We nearly forget to fill the car with petrol, but manage to get the credit card system working and put about $30 worth in and get a receipt for it. (Spent total of US$49 on petrol, for average mileage of 30 mpg, which was somewhat better than our 8.6 mpg in campervan in Alaska!)
At the airport, drop off most of the bags with Dianne at ...
... to Paia now though for cocktails!! Pass a lovely looking picnic spot opposite Makawao union church. Noted! In Paia, we have strawberry daiquiris in our window seat, my (non-non- drowsy) antihistamines make a mong of me tho. So we head back to the house. We do stop at hookipa lookout again though to watch the sunset and the die-hard surfers still catching waves. Back to the house for beer, steak and egg, and cheese balls. ...
... 8221; when Mitzi Gaynor is looking at Rossano Brazzi's estate which sits way up high and overlooks the ocean. That’s what we have here. Just impossible to describe. We watched the sunset, then went back to the cottage to rest for the night.
When we returned to the cottage, we noticed a small gecko had moved in. We think he moved out later that evening, but some of us hope he doesn’t make another appearance.
... You'll need at least a wind-breaker and slacks; bring a fleece, gloves and warm hat if you're especially sensitive to the cold and wind.
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