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Message from Molly:
Hello New Zealand!
We are all having a great time here but we are looking forward to have a rest from all the singing!
Today we went to another Young Voices workshop with Harley Mead!
We also went to a concert with the other youth choirs.
Then this evening we went to a "Social" with all the other youth choirs!
From Molly :-)
P.S: Say Hi to Tess, Kate and Dad!!!
Its not the same having having an in tune happy birthday sang to you by a choir of 40 girls apposed to the usual happy birthday special from home .i miss you guys and im really regretting not bringing a camera with me but iv asked some other people if they will send some photos to me when we get back and im sure they will have some cool photos on the blog
im missing max soooooooooooooooooooo much and syrus
... at nearly £7 a pop) but still struggle to get our heads around the cost of food in Oz. It really has been budget busting. We walk back past the pubs and the docks on the way back to our hotel and watch the city come alive in the evening.
D man pretty much back on form today and has stopped yesterday's impersonation of the Tasmanian Devil!
A thoroughly enjoyable day in a lovely little city with a great feel to ...
We docked in Hobart on the 20th and were up early for our tour of the Tahune Air Walk. We had to put the clock ahead an hour last night. It was an hour and a half bus ride to get there and it was a pleasant scenic drive out of Hobart and up into the wet sclerophyll forest of the Tahune Forest Reserve. The entire island of Tas, as it is known by the Aussies, is very hilly. There is hardly a flat spot anywhere. The Air Walk is 597 metres long and an average of 20 metres above ...
... We are presently sailing the Tasman Sea - a 2 day trip of almost 1000 miles to get to Hobart Tasmania. The past 2 days have been much colder, with the temperature dropping to about 15 deg C. The wind is about 35 to 40 Knots, creating a sea with 12 ft waves. Makes for interesting walking about the ship. There are not many people in the pool or watching the giant movie screen where the show movies under the stars. They broadcast the Oscars ...