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Triggered by Daisy's plan to go diving the next day, we reviewed our own diving ambitions.
I decided to join up with Daisy this morning and Simon & Albert will dive the day after, to add one more dive towards the completion of their padi course.I was a bit nervous about it being my first dive in a sea, plus, I had some trouble ...
... knowing you'd be cold soon after. Only managed it when I thought the sea was going to soak my bag! After a shower at the hostel the BBQ prep began. It comes to something when I'm one of the most knowledgeable about food and cooking! It actually turned out really tasty and filling. I had the 'world famous in NZ' drink L&P (it's a tasty lemonade) and Hokey Pokey ice cream (plain ice cream with honeycomb pieces in - less ...
... a paddle in the sea and ambled along like typical Brits but without the knotted hankie...A nice and relaxing day was had by both. We got back to our place a little late, had tea in and settled down to watch Robin Williams in the film, RV. What a howler, a real good mood factor...We have decided to extend our stay here for another day so we leave on the 17th and head straight for the ...
... do some colouring in Oliver's book .......great fun. In the afternoon Tony and Helen took the opportunity to walk to town to explore........yes you guessed....ladies clothing stores and beach shops. The excuse was that Helen needed a hat and we both needed beach towels but we never found any of these. We did find it very hot in town, at least 33 degrees, with no breeze at all. Ice creams when walking home were lovely. Our early evening involved ...
... good luck. The campsite is right on the beach. It is picture perfect except for the sandflies but we are ready for them with our suntan oil (cheers shelly for the warning).
As we didn't bring any provisions and the village store is so expensive we go to Whitanga 23km away to the new world supermarket. Green lip muscles are only 2.49 a kilo,
Lots of people turn up late at the campsite but by ...
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