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... sitting pretty.
Who got a bit of a shock
Due to old rolling stock!!
Minding her own business
She had a moment of dizz'ness
When avoiding a fall
As the loo fell off the wall.
Her hero had to ask her,
What was the disaster!
Then the management was told
And the story did unfold.
Yes, I was so embarrassed I asked John to go and tell the train manager. He came, he saw, he was astonished, he locked the door, he told the occupants of ...
... to Picton...what a spectacular drive...eye candy around every corner! And there were lots of corners! Very tired by end of drive! We booked a B&B ... Never knew it was that but it was...we drove thru picton and out in the country looking for it....I thought it was right on the water in picton! But after 3 attempts we finally found it 15 minutes out of town....a driveway up it that would scare the brave,...including us...gravel, ...
... them tough down here.
After arriving in Saint Arnaud, we took a walk around the peninsula that juts out into Lake Rotoiti, with views up to Mount Robert and the Robert Ridge that divides Lake Rotoiti from Lake Rotoroa. Another beautiful walk, only midly spoiled by incessant biting of sandflies, which are very common here, and a great nuisance.
More from Saint Arnaud in the next blog.
Martin & Lyndsey
... like rotten eggs. It was incredible to walk through a local park and see bubbling mud pools and be able to soak my feet in hot springs. I headed to Taupo the next day but there were too many tourists so I didn't stay long but headed further south to meet Kortne at Waiouru military camp. The drive was absolutely amazing past Lake Taupo, which is the size of Singapore, and in the distance saw Mount Ruapehu, which was Mount Doom in the Lord of the Rings ...
... breathes and exchanging looks of "I can't believe we just did that" and "I feel a bit fooffy after that beer." The trek back was quicker as it was downhill and when we made our way out from under the canopy of the trees to the bright sunshine of the bay Mark & I were elated by our success. At this time the sun was starting to set and we walked to the end of the wharf to get a better view of the beach. Being the far bolder couple in our party, Emma ...
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