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... for us. Leaping out of the water and splashing back in, diving under the boat and generally having a very good time. It was a wonderful afternoon.. Not many pictures, as they always popped up where we were not pointing the camera!
We also went to Waitangi where the Treaty agreement was signed in 1840. Another beautiful spot with stunning views, with the Treaty House where the ...
... Instead I opted for the bow spit. My was given a harness with karabiners attached to a couple of shirt ropes and told to clip into the safety rope. It was fun to walk along the rope net to get to the front of the ship and look back to see the bow cleanly cutting through the waves. I returned to Deb and we both really enjoyed the pleasure of sailing through the Pacific Ocean. It was glorious. We returned to Russell Island remaking how different our two boat trips had ...
... advertised as 90% so no dolphins and no hole left us pretty disappointed.
We chatted to a german girl who had done the trip the day before with the same end result: no hole, no dolphins, so she had suffered the disappointment two days running. Her second trip was free as she got a voucher to do it again after not seeing anything on her first one. We received the same voucher when we finished our trip, but we were left with the impression that the company ...
... card is becoming a problem
- what possible use are 1, 2 and 5 cent (pence) coins?
- Germany don’t mind holding up the EC - Angela Merkel rules!
- there are untold beautiful places you’ve never heard of (Cheltenham for instance)
- talented people can be nice
- the EU system for refund of tax on purchases is designed to make sure it doesn’t refund anything
- after my concern for world peace, excess ...
... to be well over 2000 years old. They are slow growing. Most of the kauri forests were decimated by the first settlers so those trees that remain are very precious. Once we had spent about 20 minutes at that park we continued until we stopped at a Maori owned cafe and cultural centre in Kaiwaka. We bought coffee and tea there. Next to the cafe they had built a Maori pa which is a fortified village on a hill. There are houses on the top ...
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