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... another hour when I realized the sun would be rising soon. I jumped up from the floral pullout couch and declared that I would be going to the beach for the sunrise and Silao was the only other person down too. So, grabbing the guitar, we donned our shoes and sprinted for the beach. It was one of those clouded mornings where night, turns to twilight, and then to day. Peaceful, nothing magnificent, except the beginning of a new day. Like ...
... Geoff managed to set the alarm off and we left the garage door unlocked. Luckily Gill with endless patience was going to rectify that. The flight to Auckland was particularly clear and scenic but bumpy. We are now ensconced in the Koru Lounge - or at least I am. Geoff will join me after a run around the streets. Our flight doesn't leave ...
... war, a biological weapon. They carpet bombed the **** out of the region and I've seen the devastating effect it has still today on peoples lives with the continuation of land mines dismembering innocent people every single day. Have you ever stopped and thought about the advance of ISIS? It has emerged since the Allied disposal of Sadam. What a cock up that was. The Allies went in to get the oil, made a right balls up of it and created a vacuum for ISIS to take ...
... and get prepared for Australia. Before we know it, we're boarding...we have roomy seats and our own overhead bin! The three hour flight is so smooth that we don't even know the plane took off..we were both listening to music and checking out the entertainment. Anyway the flight is great, I did watch some action movie, and I enjoyed it, but for the life of me I can't remember what it was (exodus Gods and Kings). Time to prepare ...
... who suffered significant loss of life. Just as we were boarding the ferry to Waiheke Island we were told that all ferries on the other side of the island were cancelled until further notice, so we made a quick change of plan. Instead we decided to go to Waiheke Island on Saturday morning, cycle around, camp for one night and return to Auckland on Sunday and start making our way south/south-west from there. Waiheke Island is ...