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... has water running over it and fire coming out of the water. We loved it and you will see what I mean in the photos. We met with my beautiful sister Kerri who we wandered around for a while with until her daughter, my niece Aimee arrived and then we went to lunch. It was wonderful to see them both as I do miss them terribly as I do all my family in NZ. Aimee bought her little puppy with her and we found out she likes coffee as you will see by her head stuck in ...
... to be very fast during a very
long time. At the end of the day, we picked 5 pallets (210 buckets
approximately). Viognier grapes are very sweet so thousand of bees attacked me
when I grabbed the buckets. The day after the picking, we had to take off the
huge nets that covered the grapes and my arms still remember this day… After
these painful days we did the usual things in the vineyard (bird scaring,
cleaning the ...
What a crazy 2 weeks.
We began by flying into Auckland where we stayed with a friend of a friend. There we met Kelly, from the US who was hoping to hitch hike around NZ. Since we had a car and would be good to split petrol, she rode with us, supposedly just for a few days but we had so much fun and was going in the same direction as to where she wanted to go, we ended up staying together for the whole trip.
We began by exploring Auckland, going around ...
... and dark volcanic sand. The sun is desperately trying to get through, but there’s still a lot of cloud remaining from the cyclone. It’s all very beautiful in a slightly desolate way though. We head back to the car and drive back to the house. We head out for an early dinner at a local (only 12km away!) restaurant which is really nice, then we head back, light the fire again, and sit around chatting until we grow tired.
Monday is our ...
... because it would be rude not to) and it was just a waste of time. There was literally no water, I walked out so far and it was only up to my knees still! So I just carried on lying in the sun. I made sure I'd brought some sushi from my favourite place and munched that on the beach. This seagull was eyeing me and my food up and I hate seagulls so I chucked it some wasabi - ha that will teach him! The clouds were still up there and it was getting a little ...