Tresco Blenheim B&B
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... walked the road to find it. Christmas decorations are very rare here. There's no money for extras and going to Dumaguete is a rare occasion so the country people aren't so affected by advertising and the commercial expression of Christmas. How beautiful it was. The tree was as tall as the buildings and it shimmered as a mirage with translucency, just above the road I travelled. As I neared I saw more detail of the handcrafted decorations and a man called hello. ...
... to move in the dance floor. We met a few locals & were invited next door to see the handiwork of the marine taxidermist (not real fish just models) - we were stunned by the scale and variety of his work. We didn't manage the stovies meal but had a bit of Clootie dumpling (with cream) after it had even presented by Jim accompanied by 2 bagpipers! We arrived home around 10.30pm - not a bad impromptu ...
... me some important things so not all is lost, but I hope I never see her again.
So today is the end of my Blenheim chapter. I’ve been here a month, but I’m ready to move on. I’m optimistic about this new beginning in the place that charmed and captivated me when I passed through it 5 weeks ago. I don’t know anyone there, and I’m not sure what life will be like there, but there’s only one way to find out! Takaka, here I come! (Be good to me ...
... morning I was back up at six thirty waiting to get picked up to go fishing. Around seven a courtesy bus from one of the local pubs pulled in. On the way to Picton, where we were leaving to fish in the Queen Charlotte Strait, I met the others coming on the trip. The owner of the courtesy bus and the Fairweather, a pharmacist with three stores, a vineyard manager, a retired boat builder (whose boat we were using) and the other hostel manager with one of ...
After an interesting night with Rob I set off about 7.30am to tauranga where I got gas and did some food shopping finally. Stopped on the desert road to have brekky but the gas Hobbs wouldn't light ..... Grrrr, when I put the shower on last night the tap on the bench went on and flooded the gas connections. So I set off again, under a cloud of ..what next ... And spent the next three hours driving non stop to make it to wellington to get ...