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... now 200,000 miles on the clock. We were given a ride to the airport where we had a few hours to kill before our flight to Wellington. We were amused by the public address asking various people to go to the "Chicken Disk". No it wasn't a KFC logo but turned out to be the "Check In Desk" in Kiwi speak. A prop jet flight took us, in under an hour, to a wobbly landing in windy Wellington and we took a taxi to Sarah's apartment. ...
... we are. I think I might sleep for a couple of days and then tackle the washing pile. The next task is to get the last few entries sorted and try to get the photos uploaded. We had Wifi in Singapore but the photo uploading program packed up. I've emailed the Travelpod support and hopefully it'll get sorted.
It really has been a trip of a lifetime and we have both had an absolute ball. We both think Venice is our favourite ...
... and we could see the little bird trying to push its way out. Amazing! The Willowbank centre is part of ‘Operation nest egg’, where eggs are removed the from the wild, hatched in incubators and reared until the birds are strong enough to protect themselves from predators within their natural habitat.At the reserve, which is set in approximately 18 acres of lush native planting and waterways, we also got to see and feed lots of other animals, including deer, horses, ...
... cold, and rained on and off for the first 5 days back! With minus temperatures early morning and mostly staying in single figures for the day we are finding the cold hard. With our boxes from the UK still in transit we have had to go out and buy some merinos and coats.
Katarina and Tiffany started back at their old school on Monday. KC is in Room 10 with Mrs Newcombe, sadly a late change and not with her good ...
... some dark Speight’s beer, which I really liked.
Olivia (their youngest of 4 who is now 18) joined us for dinner and it included a wonderful fresh broccoli, peas, carrots the colors of which I have never seen anywhere else. So rich and sharp. The chicken tasted really fresh.
Craig and I polished off a few glasses of red wine and chatted until about 11:30pm and then I had to go to bed.
We had covered another 210 miles today!