Steeples Cottage, Studio And B & B
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... are hot at every gas station and some upscale ones (still less than $5) are found at food stores. Only later did he tell us they may contribute to weight gain. Still, they have been handy on occasions when rations were low, stores few or when we needed a change from our go-to menus.
The past few days at Julie and Graham's have gone so quickly, time really does fly when you're having fun. This morning I said my farewells to everyone, firstly Michael before he headed out to school, then Jaxon after Julie and I had walked him to nursery, and then Graham at the office. Julie very kindly drove me back to Kaiteriteri which is where I said goodbye to her and got back on the bus. I am so grateful to the whole family ...
... and shrubs, just spill into the coast. Some huge rocks pokes out of the water. Some are exposed to the elements and some are covered with a top layer of that rich green vegetation. One of the interesting stops was in Punakaiki where you see the rock stacked up like pancakes, hence the name Pancakes Rocks and Blowholes. Even my pictures don't do it justice.
The road meanders along the cliffs and sometimes takes you ...
... amp; Warren’s in the evening. Of course we woke up to discover that the small ginger kitten had wedged in between the two of us.
We worked through the break and just took the statutory days off as we are going on holiday in August to Alaska.
The New Year came and went with another great meal at Bloody Mary’s with friends, Tony & Warren and Brad & Ashley. The taxi was booked to collect us and take us to the restaurant but there ...
... Backpackers at Berlins. We find out that the place has recently reopened. We buy a couple of coffees and notice some insect repellant for sale. It's a simple concoction made with Dettol and baby oil to which I'm sure you could also add some tea tree. I am assured it works. It comes in a nice travel size bottle so for a couple of dollars we now have this to try. At about 10 km put we have a final brief stop. The sandflies are out in ...