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... out a trial in a guide and we were off. We started off by walking back through the town and headed towards Alison park. With my great knowledge of maps, we didn't get lost.....well sort of. After walking through the park we picked up a trail leading us to church bay. There were some wonderful houses and vineyards. After reaching the top of a steep hill between two vineyards, we sat down on a bench to take in the views/resting. Maureen had ...
... that had managed to convince the citizens of Napier they had something special. It is interesting this idea of preserving the ordinary-present for the curious-future. I too struggle to understand preservation orders put on 1970's monstrosities but who knows perhaps they really will be of interest in later years. Rotorua is infamous for its sulphurous odour as much as anything and it is true you smell it before you see it. We were guided round a collection of steaming caverns ...
Feeling peckish after my swim I have the "Blue Meenie" burger. I have no idea what that is supposed to be but the description sounded good and included blue cheese and aioli and tasted as good as it sounded. Stirling has hired an electric bike and Ron and Murray take it for a test ride up the closest hill. Later in the afternoon it will run out of power, leaving Stirling to use his own legs to get up and over the remaining ...
... went down to Mission Bay for fish and chips out of the paper on the beach. Raining slightly but it didn't deter us!
On Sunday we decided to take the boat over to Waihike Island to a sculpture trail Mary told us about. It turned into a hot day and the walk along the coast was spectacular looking for all these amazing sculptures with a back drop of the ocean and Islands. Some brilliant ...
... of reeds were handmade using various materials (some from the surrounding areas). There are props all over the place. Each door is painted and has its own distinct characteristics, which sets it apart from the others.
One of the COOLEST things was that every hobbit home had its own unique mailbox. They were tiny. The homes seemed so homey.
We also learned a lot about the creation of the set as well as where certain scenes were shot. We got to see Bag ...