Paws for Thought
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... a headland with views out to the Bay of Islands.
However it did have a touch of the Fawlty Towers about it. For most of the time we were the only guests there and we would arrive back after an evening out to find the place in complete darkness with all the doors wide open! And there was never any one on the reception desk. Weird!
We were staying just outside Russell which was ...
... them and delete the bad ones because otherwise I will run out of space on my HUGE memory card. We went to the huge famous rock called Piercey island, named by captain cook. His boss was lieutenant Piercey and the rock has a big hole in it so he thought he was being very clever. We actually got to ride through the hole in our catamaran, Ben and Liz and I stood on the front bow and had the best view in the house. And the driver even turned the boat around in that tiny hole! ...
... time away means nothing to the relationship
- when cycling, keep your eye on were you want to go, not where you don't
- you don’t have to be anywhere near the equator to have a heatwave
- the French have difficulty cooking a good steak
- my days of dragging bags around are over - I need staff!
- it’s not so much fun without a wife to tell you your next move
- don’t trust the internet to show you ...
... covered in blue/white star like glow worms. They were so bright, even when we shone our torches on then we could still see them. After an hour inside the cave, feeling like Gollum and covered in mud, we made our way out, blinded by the daylight. Next we randomly stopped at some wood shop making clocks and furniture out of 40,000 year old kauri wood pulled out of swamps. The idea was cool but they had covered everything in a resin making it look really ...
... pleasant but we were very glad that we went to the other island for our longer stop.It was a really fun outing and we are considering doing it again.
We grabbed some butter and garlic to prepare our dinner victims and then headed home. The tide was still low so all of the boys headed out to collect mussels on the rocks in front of our house while mom kindly started dinner, including a huge pot ...