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... although when you see his video you will see how scared he was, even on the way down when there was nothing he could do!
That is not however the craziest thing we have done here, as we opted for extra crunchy peanut butter on our toast this week. The verdict….. too much nut, not enough paste. We will be returning to the far less crazy, standard crunchy peanut-butter next week!
We returned back to town following the jump, and to our favourite happy hour ...
... to say about my composition, and offered me some helpful advice on how to improve them. There is so much to learn and every time I meet other photographers I feel inadequate. But this is why I am here, and why I want to learn from award winning photographers. I have already learnt a lot, and I know that I am going to have to work hard over the next three days, but it will be more than worth it. Stay ...
... the hostel staff so we got to go to their VIP rooms and have a little party up there! It was quite fun talking to these people who had quits their jobs and come to NZ on either working holiday or to live. Everyone we meet while traveling has such an interesting background. We all then went out to the house party and had a blast! It was fun awkwardly dancing to bad DJs and having fun with the people we just met. It was quite a night to remember! Today was a ...
... we are not here in the realm of of rational but in the realm of emotions. Just'y or wrongly I didn't feel at ease there... So I carried on? Jacob wants to know I have seen Indians in Hotikita. No I haven't seen any Indians there but pn my way to Queenstown, I stopped in a restaurant for a coffee and I saw a whole family there traveling by bus. And actualy, in the hotel's restaurant, there are two Indian girls sitting at the next ...
... I was going down.
Towards the end of our ride, Nicole’s dogs got a little tired and she ended up doing most of the work running up the hills! We came to a few stops and we were told to remember the command to start again, which we hadn’t been taught! After crossing the finish line had a bit more time fussing the dogs before heading back to Queenstown.
Along the way, we stopped at a lookout point. The sunset was spectacular - reflecting on the clouds we saw oranges ...