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... spectacular nature of New Zealand's scenery. As we drove from Christchurch, running with us all the way were snow capped mountains, running down the spine of the country. As we turned away from the coast and started heading in land the road became more twisty and uneven but the surroundings more and more impressive. As we rounded a bend, Kellie at one stage let out an involuntary gasp of "Oh my God!" as she saw the shores of Lake Tekapo. We pulled in for a photo opportunity and ate ...
... amazing clothes – damn the need for money! We head back to cook dinner – pasta. Will I ever enjoy the stuff again when I’m home!
The problems of yesterday are still there when I wake up the next day and Veronika’s gone now too. I sit and catch up on my blog and eat a disgusting sandwich before thankfully bumping into Lisa. Her flight is in the early hours of the morning and she can’t afford to pay for the hostel tonight. ...
Wednesday, May 1 We had our last breakfast at the Olde Mill House with our B & B hosts. They were very delightful and joined us for breakfast while sitting at their lazy Susan breakfast table. We headed out toward Christchurch late morning. The drive was beautiful mostly along the coast. We stopped at Ohau to see the seal colony and took a ten minute walk to see the baby seals that swim under ...
... at pretend targets but I dont think I could kill anything! Danny went shooting (doing "man things") with mike the night before but all they shot was the hillside (mainly because they had a rubbish aim) I beleive not judging things you dont understand! I think if you are shooting something and you are going to take it home and eat it.... than I can understand that...what I dont understand is shooting 5 animals and just leaving them where they have been shot..... that seems pointless ...
... tropical, but different then what we have at home. Burt has turned out to be the trip
ornithologist, having sighted the most birds.
I am on the other end of the spectrum, sigh. At the top of Avalanche Peak Matt wanted to
go around the corner to get some pictures and soon after Nancy’s vertigo caught
up with her so I said to Burt, you go with Nancy while I wait here with the
boys for two minutes until Matt gets back.
What can ...
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