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... the guy at Juicy had run through how to get the beds out (yes plural!) and where the storage (think shoe box) and equipment was. We then anxiously made our way to the local supermarket 'Countdown' to stock up. We ended spending what felt like 4 hours in the supermarket car park whilst we familiarised ourselves with Frank. On reflection it seemed that having a smaller van would ultimately make driving and parking etc easier.
So maps in hand the plan was this. ...
... up int o large forests and down into dairy pastures of sheep and cows, of course we are spring .....so babies galore..............we even saw some tiny tiny calves with blue jackets on like horse blankets.........must have just been born and sadly werent with their mums............have noticed they arent kept with mums very long................lots of logging going on too and huge trucks taking the logs off to Napiers ...
Napier suffered a terrible earthquake in 1931 and fires followed then they rebuilt it and it's now famous for its Art Deco architecture. We got up early and followed a Lonely Planet walk around the town to see key buildings – but it was everywhere when you looked up.
We were collected at 12.30 for our wine tour. We had looked into biking around the vineyards, but you paid a lot of money for a bike and a map. You still had to pay ...
... even when the road narrowed and became steep and windy, there was always a safety barrier protecting you from the cliff below. How I missed the South Island roads with their flimsy bollards that wouldn't stop a possum if it decided to take a run and jump. My journey was estimated to take four hours and so I felt no need to stop in the pretty towns I drove through at the beginning of my day. And towns here were certainly towns, not like the towns in ...
When we started thinking about our trip years ago, the plan was to start in New Zealand to work for a few months and then head off to the other countries. Little did we know that landing in New Zealand would coincide with one of the biggest events in New Zealand history, The Rugby World Cup! Rugby in New Zealand is sacred! They are more rugby crazy than we are hockey crazy by a long shot. Part of that is because they have the All Blacks rugby team, which ...
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