Waldorf On Scene Apartments
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... forced to walk to countdown in the rain, which was miserible. I appriciate having a car and all the convinces I enjoy back home much more now. We got the food and Erin and I cooked up some delicious tacos. My cooking skills are really getting much better, I'm proud. After that, we just watched movies and chilled. I think that's how most week nights will be. Tuesday I had international business. It is a 7000 lvl class, which is ...
... the mall). Hopefully that was the last time we have to go for a while. It's pretty crazy what we take for guaranteed. Just to get some food or a chance for communication it's a lot of work. So we make the walk up there, and we get some food at the food court. I got some Chinese, and saved some for later. Chase ate 2 donuts, pretty sure that's like all he ate all day, IDK how the kid does that. We went to 2degrees, the phone company, and of course ...
... To date it's been hard to find showers for longer than 4 minutes, we were happy that one the showers here lasted 5 minutes and 2 we could put extra in to have 10 minutes. We both literally pulled up, grabbed our towels and ran for the showers, both having 10 minutes. We cooked tea and even sat in the warm TV room watching neighbours for a bit. It was nice to just have a little bit of normality and to gave an evening where we were out of the van. Friday Kauri ...
... printing and binding processes that took place. These books were published in Maori. This threw into question something that had been puzzling me for some time. The Maori, like the Aborigine in Australia, had no written form of their language. However in about the 1820's a chief travelled over to England, sat down with an academic from Oxbridge and created a written language using our Roman lettering but very different phonetic rules. For example wh makes a ff or ph sound. Now ...
... to lunchtime, we headed back over to the ship for a light lunch. We had already walked over 5 miles, but we decided to walk for an hour on the promenade deck and look out at Auckland. The ship is docked right downtown making it so convenient.
We dined in MDR with Brooks and John.
Great conversations flowed and we had a great time.
Tomorrow we will be in Tauranga, New
Until next time...