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... we then jumped back on the bikes (somewhat unsteadily this time) and headed back to Oneroa where we had ice cream and wine and sat and enjoyed the rest of the afternoon, without our bikes. Basically, it was the best day EVER! It was so lovely to see Debbie and I was sad to say goodbye when we jumped on the ferry back to Auckland but it was truly amazing.
On our return, we found ourselves ravenous and had been recommended by Debbie to visit the fish market for ...
... it was. Tonight I am staying in the same hostel but in a 6 bed female dorm. It is the same size as the room last night but with one less bunk bed which has given us a lot more room. A welcome letter was left on my bed and we are all meeting at 7pm tonight. There was a list of everyone who is on the tour with us and my friend from this morning wasn't on it. Obviously there has been a miscommunication somewhere along the ...
23rd September 2014
Now back in New Zealand, we are just doing a final blog entry with some observations about this trip.
We won't be planning to spend another chunk of our remaining travel years on this continent- we enjoy Europe and North America more and feel more comfortable there- it’s tiring struggling with language problems, and we feel less safe in South America.
But what a wonderful experience this trip has ...
... of stockpiling as many books as she possibly could in between stories with Mark and Stella. The rest of the afternoon was spent wandering down by the waterfront which is partly industrial but has been extensively redeveloped with lots of restaurants and bars and a generally very nice atmosphere. After a quick trip to the playground we stopped in a bar for a bottle of wine and some tapas before heading back to Mark and ...
... different grape varieties, told about the management of the vines, from pruning to picking. Throughout the tour we were accompanied by a gorgeous Border Collie called Sky. He really did have the Life of Riley, running around the vines, chasing birds, swimming in the duck pond and then back to the restaurant to see if he could scrounge any food from the customers.
After the tour we had a tasting session, where we also had nibbles to ...