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... before but nothing is even comparable to what I put my body through on that walk. I've heard of athletes pushing through the pain barrier and then pushing further. That's what I did yesterday (and the guys too). I have never been so proud of myself, I may have felt like quitting a couple of times but I kept pushing on. One foot in front of the other. It wasn't just a physical battle but a mental one too and I smashed it. It was another reminder that if I really want to do something I ...
... slabs with the suitcase. Not the best entrance!! We enjoyed a chilled bottle of wine and sat watching the sunset before enjoying a very welcome home cooked meal of beef wellington followed by a cheesecake and a cheese board. After countless hotel and restaurant meals it was a lovely change and rather tasty. As the day drew to a close we snuggled into bed and looked forward to our last day on the north ...
Fortunately we were not awoken early, it appears that there was no horse racing this Saturday. No bookies, no punters, no horse boxes arriving. We had the car park to ourselves.
We drove into Dunedin on the motorway, avoiding the steep hills that we had used yesterday. We found a space to park in the old docklands near a supersized green grocers. The weather was looking ominous so we wrapped up and started walking towards the railway station. It's ...
... and lunch at Heathrow - you just have to find a way to get out here with Ron again soon. We are not going to give up on you so watch out for nagging NZ style until you succumb!
To Shaun and Fiona for covering my work while I was away, for the wonderful welcome back and for understanding when I fell asleep in a meeting on my first day back and had to go home early (jetlag+++ with 48 hours of ...
... years of weathering by the sea. These rocks were all moved by glaciers and floods from mountains over 100 km away over a similar period of time.We stopped for lunch at the Hororata Pub where we enjoyed a Beef & Guiness pie along with an Irish pint. It was a great way to celebrate the day, taste a local delicacy, and to catch up with free WiFi.Towards the end, we stopped by a small town called Barry's Bay to sample some of their awesome local ...