Cobden Garden Homestay
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... he had hitchhiked there earlier in the morning. He has a friend that is living and working there and we all decided to go out together after having a chat and get to know each other at dinner. We went to scout out the local pub (there were only 2) and there was about 6 people in there at half 9 on a Friday night (?!?) so we gave it a miss and headed back to the ...
... br> These birds were so cute. We watched them as they swum around playfully in the water. I wasn't sure why many of them kept twitching their tails while swimming in the water, but they seemed to do this often (in and out of the water). It was fun to watch the penguins get fed their daily rations of small fish.
We also got to see a diver enter the largest aquarium to feed the sharks and smaller fish. The diver was very entertaining and interacted with the kids ...
... likely 10 kms – inside of that are walkways, bike paths, a grassy skateboard park, a wee little paved roadway complete with tiny sets of lights for kids to practice on their bikes, an amphitheatre – basically built for community.
As one of the survivors said, “In a funny way, Napier has an extra soul because so much has been put into her recovery.”
... ambassadors for Napier & indeed NZ.
We all met in the Wheelhouse bar at 7pm. G&J, G&A had been to watch the NZ comedian Simon McKinney who they said was very good, Lorraine had said the opposite!! there you go, bugger.
Had a very nice dinner good fun again, then on to the evening's show see a violinist ”fiddler” Chris Watkins from South Wales. Too sugary for me, the others seem to like him.
... a living from TradeMe deliveries… The pawn shop and Savemart are on the south side of town, and the socio-economics plummet drastically within a couple of blocks. I’m suddenly very conscious that I’m a skinny man with hipster glasses and a nice camera, on my own on the wrong side of town. There’s a rough looking group outside the pawn shop and I have to weave through them. There’s not much here, some of those cheap pumped-up-looking ...