The Point Bed and Breakfast
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... the fields ready for them to be re-seeded. We had lunch about 1pm then carried on raking until 3.15pm when we had to feed the animals again. I have officially dealt with my fear of birds and lamas! I can now walk into a lama field and feed them without running in the opposite direction. Although they still make me a bit nervous and look at me like they are going to spit on me if I don't feed them quick enough! As for the birds, there's so many of them I can't escape ...
... even though the visit was very informative. Next, Cloudy Bay, which is designed to be very inviting and relaxing. The design is great with a number of different areas to relax and a huge lawn area surrounded by gums. I also enjoyed some of the wines here, preferably the C******nay and the Late Harvest which I bought a bottle of. Last stop was Rock Ferry which was a recommendation because of the food. A great recommendation as it turns out, as we all ...
... that I was about to spend 2 hours on that doesn’t sound bad I know and for me totally I love the water,ocean,beaches,NOT SAND and above all boats and swimming but…… I was hungry... I know your thinking ”Are you kidding this thing that Calvin LOVES doing is being stopped by him being hungry THATS STUPID” well your TOTALLY RIGHT! My stomach sucks and I mean it SUCKS! I’m always hungry, it makes me get every kind of bug and or sickness EVER. ...
... grey bulge breaching the surface. Sperm whales don't go in for half measures and are fantastically designed, having remained relatively unaltered by evolution for millions of years. Among all living things on Planet Earth, they hold the record for the largest head, the largest brain and the largest muscle. They are also the largest of the toothed whales and have been known to eat four metre long sharks! There is a theory that these mighty apex predators are able to kill ...
... to tell Emma who thought the walk couldn't put me in too much trouble!
We were reunited in the hostel kitchen and we got a lift with the bus driver to the supermarket to get food and came back and cooked dinner. We chilled with Emily and Claire in the garden before it got too dark and headed into the TV room to watch a film before bed.
We got back on the bus the next morning ready for our deja vu trip back through the north island.
Sophie and ...