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... windsurfers, kite surfers all enjoying the amazing weather.
Early start to catch the ferry, but when we got there the ramp had jammed on the incoming boat!
So - a bit of a delay, but we made it to Waiheke by mid morning. A lovely sail across the bay, past lots of little islands.
Off to explore Waiheke now. More in next blog
Having a great time, but missing everyone. XX
... the way people were dressed to the décor of the place. The three of us plumped for a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc and a platter to share. Both of these were easily some of the nicest things I have ever consumed in my life. The platter consisted of olives, pastrami, cheeses, biscuits. If I hadn’t been riding a bike and if money had been no object, I could have easily have drank three of those bottles to myself…even if they cost £25 each! Ouch!
... long until Sarah, Emma and Fedde were having a fabulous time building a train track and playing tug-o-war. Emma was very keen to have a cuddle with baby Oscar and loved it. We had our first curry in many months for dinner which was fantastic. We had to eat fast as the kids were picking up anything they could get their hands on. Can't beat a good curry and not all that many of them on offer in the USA.
What a great 'catch up' day.
Cheers, the Berrys
... a walk up to the Aotea centre for the Auckland Writer’s Festival- a similar affair to the Hay but much smaller. There were some free children’s readings which we took Chloe to (we are now all familiar with Grandma McGarvey who none of us had previously heard of) and Rachel and Stella got books signed by Alice Walker. We continued the literary theme with a visit to the Auckland library where Chloe performed her ...
... inaugural Wine Festival and there are all sorts of events happening on the Island, including open door, wine tours, grape crushing etc etc.
Anyhow, Peacock Sky had a vine tour starting at 11am - we arrived at 11.10, screeched to a halt in the parking area, threw our bikes down and asked if there was any chance we could join the tour? We were given directions and soon caught them up - phew.
The tour was v interesting and we ...