The Ridge Luxury Country Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Katie's brother, Peter, is in a rock band. His band was in a competition and so the family and I went to support him. They were very good and they won two awards. One award was best vocal girl singer and the other was best second song performed. They were the youngest competitors and sadly they didn't make it to the next round. The other bands were very intense and hardcore rockers. I can't say I have ever been in that crazy of an environment before. There was crowd ...
I thought to dedicate an entire blog post to our 3 nights in Auckland but it isn't worth it. I cringe when I think we had once considered spending one month here without a car!
Auckland is a big city which has not properly developed its downtown waterfront (read: it is industrial ...
... hour away. I've been starting to feel really tired all the time and like I've got no energy. We think it's to do with diet. Bread, pasta, rice, noodles etc, it's not great. I decided it was time to get some vegetables in me of some sort. Veggies and fruit are so expensive here that we just can't afford them. I set off to scour the supermarket for the cheapest vege I could find. Definitely easier said than done. I managed to get half a pumpkin, 3 potatoes and 2 ...
So today we woke up at just gone 8 to head to Uni with Emily. She showed us around before we went, at 10am, to Bobbi Brown where Su and Emily had their eyebrows done (for free!) while I sat chilling. Emily had a lecture at 11am which we went to but after failing to find a seat and having to sit at the back, we bailed to get some food 10 minutes later. After eating we went to STA travel to see if they could help at all with my flight situation (or lack of), but ...
... this island only lava rocks and yet somehow it has become a forest over hundreds of years with native NZ flora growing onto the lava rocks. We had booked a tour that goes around the island, however you can also hike around it. We found our tractor and met John our guide for the day. We got seated and off we went. The ride was extremely bumpy and John keep us entertained with facts and jokes about the island. The island is amazing. It is such a bizarre scenery that's its hard ...