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... and they would seat us together at the back.
With no football to watch Karly and messed around the house whilst everyone went to work, except Dad.
Barbara kept popping out and furbishing us with goodies to be stored away!!
Dad and I caught up and chatted.
I spent most of the day catching up on Daily Journal, TravelPod and checking and sending ...
I woke up and had a shower then ordered breakfast and read the newspapers. After breakfast I went for a walk for a few hours and got back to the hotel and checked out and paid the bill. I caught a taxi to the airport and paid the driver then walked inside and went over to the international flights. My flight wasn't departing until 5:00 so I went and had a look around the airport. I had some lunch at ...
... early hour) delighted in diving in amongst the energetic dolphins and snorkelling through a huge school of these playful creatures. Every few minutes one of us would pop up with an expression of glee as yet another dolphin had swum inches from our face! The following day we traversed across the country to Westport, a town seemingly fixed in time, despite the council's zealous desire to modernise. After one night in this ghost town, we continued our ...
... and Cupping, Co-op meeting
Thu 13 Mar - TEKENGON to LAKE TOBA
Fri 14 Mar - visit plantations and farmers LAKE TOBA
Sat 15 Mar - vsit plantations and farmers SIMALUNGUN / SERIBU DOLOK
then rest beer rest beer shopping.
So, we began our day waiting on luggage to arrive. It was delivered around 11:30am. So we changed into our clean clothes...yay, and headed back into the city. After going to lunch with Niki, our hostess, we headed to the Auckland Domain, a park in the city which also houses the Auckland War Memorial Museum. After touring the museum, we watched a ...