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... I arrived at my gate I went to the washroom to brush my teeth. I then filled up my water bottle. I then went to find a place to buy some gum. I ended up just getting it out of a vending machine. After that I went and waited in the seating area for the boarding to begin. We boarded the plane around 8:45pm. Once boarded I found my seat. I am seated beside the window in 24K. I thought I might have got lucky and got to sit ...
... and all sorts of beautiful wildflowers (most of which were possibly weeds but they were new to me so I took photos anyway). We had walked along the river, chatted on the couch till the early hours of the morning, played piano, scolded Riley (Becky's huge but teddy-like dog) for getting into Cilla's gluten free bread and tried to plan a trip into Toronto for me to lodge an application for a Brasilian visa.
So yesterday Cilla and I had caught the bus which took ...
... were met by some girls on a batchelorette night out so I was thinking Oh no they are going to wake us up tonight when they come home....but this morning my thoughts changed to what they were thinking..Oh no, I hope those old ladies don't wake us up tomorrow morning..lol
Tonight is sorting ourself out, looking forward to getting our car tomorrow so we can stop carrying all our stuff everywhere. No photos yet due to forgetting my ...
... in the air.
Our first flight was only an hour long as we headed back to Auckland. We left and arrived on time, and had a few hours to kill in Auckland. We had to walk from the domestic terminal to the international terminal, so we enjoyed our last time outside in New Zealand. We grabbed a snack, and Natalie had her last flat white for a while.
The airplane leaving Auckland was full, and we were sitting pretty much at the very back. We each watched some ...
... the amusement park on Centre Island, and I took a ride on the little train that goes round the park. I was the only person on that train not accompanied by a child but a train ride's a train ride so off I went. After that bit of excitement I took a walk over to Ward's Island with a stop on Algonquin Island (they're all connected). What I particularly liked was not the blazing heat and lack of shade between stops but the excellent view of the Toronto skyline I ...