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... t get their early enough so we were all spread around the stadium. Then it was NZ turn to play and they did that in true passion and style. Won 21:16 but it was nail biting sitting in the grandstand. It could have gone either way, but NZ won and we did deserve to win they all played soo well. Mitch had another good game at 15. Big celebrations for the boys after the game, they were ecstatic that they won and understandably so. Soo proud of ...
... their yacht, ANZAK, over the Pacific from the Caribbean Islands. She is from Alaska and he is a Kiwi. Very peaceful day. Saw Cook's landing site and a bird colony on Matua? Island.
Today we have tasted wines and had lunch at Hans Hertog, an organic vineyard next to our farm stay at Rylands Estate. Lovely setting and good food and organic wine. Still warm. Quiet evening watching reruns of "Hill Street Blues". Off to Christchurch in the ...
After departing our hotel we made one last stop downtown Nelson for some last chance shopping before embarking on Highway 6 for Blenheim. We made a pit stop in Havelock as a restaurant called the "Mussel Pot" caught mom's eye. Seeing multiple trip advisor certificates of excellence we decided to give it a try for lunch. While Doug was in the washroom we guessed he would pick the fish as chips due to his lack of ...
... to finish my tales. The days I spend amongst whimsical scenes of splendour and beauty are tiring and I long for the days of work, weekends and routine. For now though everyday is a weekend and I must battle the unforgiving grip of insomnia in order to bring to you my tales from The Lake Country.
After defeating the petrol guardians of Papatowai, the time had come to continue our journey along The Southern Scenic Route. Rumours spoke of a small fishing town ...
Today is New Years day and we will be making our last long journey on the South Island before making our way to the North Island.
Leaving Westport we started on our way towards Blenheim, a distance of 288km, travelling along SH6 following the Buller river up stream.
The river was fast flowing due to the amount of rain that had fallen in the last couple of days.
We reached Murchison about 90 minutes after ...