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... software company, Keith had some interesting (odd), sceptical views about some fairly solid scientific research going on. He was also a Man United fan, so with the champions league game against Wolfsburg handily being the following morning I took full opportunity to join him in the morning to watch. And with an earlyish wake up planned, each party headed to bed with Gemma and I excitedly skipping to our extravagant ensuite with more ridiculous luxuries than we knew what to do ...
... pasta sauce all over our duvet. Nightmare. I loved that sauce. We tried our best to clean it up but it was one big tomatoey mess! By the time we were on the road again we realised that we were running pretty late! We eventually reached Milford Sound and smashed the ten minute walk from the car park to the boat terminal in four minutes after a little jog. We made our boat with just a few minutes to spare! Milford Sound, based in Fiordland National ...
Thought for the day: "Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be." Found on the wall of a building in Gettysburg, PA, with a picture of Abraham Lincoln accompanying. I haven't checked to see if the quote is accurately attributed to him, but it sounds like Father Abraham.
Before we get to Dunedin, I wanted to say something about cruising. I thought I might revisit the comments I made in 2012 to see if they had any validity. ...
... going off.
The penguins make their way up the beach and over the rocks to a well-worn track that takes them right under the viewing platform. This process is repeated time and time again until we hear the guide say that so far 250 penguins have made their way up the beach.
The noise as they return to their nest is very familiar to us following our night in Curio bay but at least now we can put a face to the ...
... comes back. "Bruce, I'm jus' gonna warn ya. The limit on the island is 80kph. It's an $80 fine for speeding. Be safe and enjoy your trip."
Whew! I wonder what made the difference between a warning and a ticket? Karma? Luck? Charm? Bruce's good looks? Did he google Bruce and find out he is a great guy? Lucky for us, anyway!
Bruce is always a very safe driver but...how can I put ...