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... It worked like a charm. For our last hurrah, we finally got our chocolate milk we had been searching for all over the South Island. I thought the grocery stores in the south would have chocolate milk, but they just had the nasty chocolate flavored milk. We said cheers and left the the cheap souvenir shops. My friend told me that a really cool, underrated part of the city is the Wynard Quarter, which is the sailing part of Auckland. We walked along the shores ...
Yeeehaaaa we are on our way! The first leg of our trip is about to start. Relaxing at the airport after the usual madness of the departure week. Not the best preparation with both the kids suffering from a Gastro bug over the last few days, fun, fun, fun!! Mostly ok now although Tina-Louise and I are not feeling the greatest. Oh well, the show must go on. Almost boarding time so we will soon see how this flight goes, as long as everything stays in I will be ...
... it down. Why won't they tell us? I recently went to watch a play called Manifesto 2083, based on a 1,500 page manifesto written by Anders Brevik, the Right wing Norweigen who killed 77 people a few years back. A fascinating thought provoking play, very well delivered. Now, I don't for one second agree with Brevik's view of the world, I'm pretty sure my blogs are clear that I'm more of a lefty than a righty. But the play brilliantly brings us into Brevik's world ...
... meeting lots of new people, the big outdoors, breathtaking scenery, Lord of the Rings and all the bits in-between! It has been a month of pure discovery and I'm so glad I included it on my 'around the world' itinerary, as I am very glad that I could spend so much time here. I really would love to come back in the summer time to see lots of new places, such as the Bay of Islands north of Auckland, the East Coast of the North Island, to try and go ...
Another warm sunny day and a nice relaxing drive to Wiatomo. Leaving the sulphur odours of Rotorua behind the main activity for today was a 10 k walk along the Te Waihou river. If only I had my fishing rod....... Giant brown trout lurking amongst the stones on the river bed. The water was crystal clear and 70% of the bottled water in NZ comes from the spring at ...