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... chat with Jean Pierre and Anne in the dining room. Before leaving I go up to the bathroom to brush my teeth and look out the window to spot the convict sheep jumping onto each other and over the fence. Must be the sheep equivalent to a human leg up. I told Anne, and to Craig's surprise him and Jean Pierre cracked the same 'the grass is always greener joke'. He seems to like Jean Pierre now.
Hopped in ...
... hand had a nightmare about it and was really scared-a completely natural reaction of course. My diver had done it over 5000 times, which made me feel very safe and I know that no one really ever gets hurt or does in these things, I'm more likely to die on the roads really. It was just the thought of being so high that scared me because I am not good with heights. As we flew higher I was getting more nervous and by the time all the 12,000ft jumpers had gone and just ...
... gave a count of three then pulled. The clip released and we dropped, essentially free falling until the swing caught us at the bottom - took our breath away and was a crazy feeling. After the initial drop the swinging back and forth to rest was tame! We watched and bought the video and photos - our faces in the video weren't as crazy as I had expected. I had given a big shout of "woooaaah" as we took off which Sam and Ed watching heard clearly and laughed. We then went ...
... time with Bert & Carole to look through a 2nd hand shop for plates.
Onto the Rotorua road south now on familiar territory and at 3.45 pm we were back on the edge of town at Lynmore. Just up Tarawera Rd is Tony Baker's who had said call in if you are going past, so we did for a chat and a cup of coffee.
Home by about 5.30 after a quick stop at New World for a McGuigans Merlot to go with my Spag Bol tonight.
... I followed. However Jack decided to keep the car locked as I struggled to get into the front seat. Not very amusing. We arrived at Hobbiton at 2.15pm in time for our 2.30pm booking. This was my Hobbiton Round 2 but Jack's first. He loved it and the tour showed us round all the hobbit holes and we finished with a free drink in the Green Dragon Pub. NZ has a zero-alcohol driving policy so JP had to stick to ginger beer. At 5pm, we were back in the car and I ...