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Helen and Tony awake at 7am. We got up, dressed and sorted our swimming gear and then set off, heading North towards an early morning appointment with the natural hot waters bubbling through the sands of Hot Water Beach. The trip took about 45 minutes and being so early, to catch the right tide, we avoided the usual heavy traffic and manic crowds. When we arrived having driven through some beautiful countryside, we parked up, took Franks shovel out of the ...
... kids, and then opening some beers and fizzy wine before our meal. Looking around at the adults it looks as though this evening may follow a similar pattern to yesterday evening. Liam and Oliver ask us to see them when they go to bed so they can say their special words, which include us, which is lovely to hear .......... "I am good, I am special, I am important. My mum and dad, Ganky (name for Frank) and Nanny, Liam and Tony and Helen.....I love you all very ...
... was AMAZING! Mary took all these photos as she has the waterproof camera.
Quentin spoke my sentiments exactly when he commented that this was an auspicious way to start the new year - he was SO right. We even saw a blue penguin, the smallest penguin in the world! The photo of my hand is a single cell organism that eats the algae (I think that's right)...anyway, what ever it is it's very cool!
Today is ...
H - Humility
A - Appreciation
H - Humourous
E - Empathy / Emotional
I - Illuminating
Words I would discribe my stay in this town called Hahei. It has been a lot of things to me in these last 3 weeks, and for each and every one, I am grateful.
Being here for 3 weeks I have met many faces of which come and go. There were days that I would have a great time chatting with lovely newcomers and other days were I didnt want ...
... the beach enjoying the beautiful sunset and the show that this big group of people offered. Some of them started digging a hole in the sand a few minutes after my arrival. However, all their efforts were a total waste of time. The waves kept rolling in and covered their hole, filling it again right to the top with sand in just a matter of seconds. Nonetheless, these people became so eager that they kept trying. Kids and adults alike :-). At about 5.50pm, when the ...
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