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Travel Blogs from St. George
... the war. Whilst at the summit, I came across a little fantail that was surprisingly tame. It flew in the most unusual way, rather than spreading its wings to glide, it would flap its wings almost frantically in quick motion giving the impression it was about to fall on the ground. At times the little fantail fluttering within about half a metre of my face and then flitting off again. It was quite mesmerising and I sat looking at it for the best part of fifteen minutes before ...
... d arranged to meet Darryl. Time was short to do both and we weren't sure on the social dynamics. George side tracked Tim and we met with Darryl. We had a great evening at The Practitioner and caught up with Darryls news on his new job as coordinator of VIP visitors for the government. He told us some funny story's about visitor situations which hadn't quite gone to plan. After saying goodnight to Darryl we decided to explore the late night Wellington complete with the odd ...
And he was right!!! Wayne and I stir fried the thinly, seasoned sliced paua meat. It has the texture similar to that of squid. It was great fun.
This was the appetizer to our improvised Post/Cock Christmas Dinner, that Kathy and I felt we wanted to make, as Jordan and Jenna weren't home at Xmas Time. A great ending to a fun-filled weekend.
As our holiday is coming towards the end ...
... about their journey and the problems they faced, having their visas declined and having to wait until 2010 before they could finally perform in Europe. A project manager advised and helped them to use the money they earned sustainably to set up a small business at home, and so they were able to help their families, some of whom were HIV positive and all from very poor villages. One bought a projector and set up a picture house in Vic Falls village, others set up a chicken ...
... what she had done. Worn out we relaxed in the tv room watching social network.
31st March 2014
A lovely Mother's Day Skype led to a late breakfast. Armed with a packed lunch we headed in search of the seal colony, a lovely walk along the coast. We settled for lunch with a lovely view of the ocean, as we reminisced the wonderful lunch spots we have had the pleasure of enjoying throughout our time in New Zealand. Finally at the colony we had to go on a seal hunt, ...
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