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... at 4.30 am by Mr. V, only to find the Reception door locked and in complete darkness! I soon woke him up and he appeared at the door bleary eyed and all disheveled but ready to take me. There was only him and one cleaner lad at the whole place and I felt rather sorry for him. However he was very chatty and told me all about his home in Vietnam, a place I loved when I was there! The flight to Brisbane was uneventful and I had five hours to kill in the ...
... at the Art School attached to Massey University. We met her through Jenny, her colleague, whom we met at the Land Water Symposium at Plymouth (UK). We had a great evening together, Caroline also photographs post industrial landscape, the mining heritage of New Zealand. She comes from South Island and we are going to see her exhibition in Greymouth, on the west coast of South Island.
The following day we had planned to spend a ...
After the buzz and partying of Queenstown, I was ready for some down-time in the countryside! I am spending a few days with a family of six (four kids ages 10-17) on a dairy and egg farm just outside of Balclutha. This is real farm life and I'm loving it! I have my own room in a little cabin just away from the house, but most of my time is spent working or with the family in their home.
Everyday I go out in the truck and collect ...
Last day in Wellington! Getting back on the Kiwi bus tomorrow :) unfortunately it's raining today, so I am having a lazy day sorting out my stuff, packing, doing laundry and reading. Two weeks today i will be on a plane home! The time has gone so quick it's crazy! Off to Taupo tomorrow where I might stay an extra day I'm not sure yet. Though we stopped in Taupo on the way down, I did the Tongariro crossing so didn't actually have the chance to explore the town very ...
... they have a jaffa day where they roll chocolate and orange chocolate down the hill. Kirsty would like to be at the bottom of the hill that day, but sadly it wasn't today or anytime soon!
We wandered in the centre of the city, looked inside the impressive First Church of Otago, the cathedral, town hall and Octagon. It's not a large place so it doesn't take long to wander around. We head back to the camper, stocking up on fruit and veg at the ...