Americas Best Value Inn Vallejo
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... short. Often the limit was how fast we could run round to the start again.
Now it was off to a different part of the park; as we went we spent time with some sting rays and rode the flume. The sting rays were in a pool with a low wall and you were permitted to put your hands into the water and the rays would come and brush against you. The flume is a ride which is a single circuit with one large drop. The aim is to get the passengers ...
... end if the game so missed seeing the fireworks - we certainly heard them - so we could catch the train back to South San Francisco. We arrived back just before midnight. Unfortunately even though we had phone service we could not call a cab from the train station so thank heavens there was another couple who had contacted a cab so the cab company called us one. Cellphone coverage and wifi have been the bane of our trip - even though we thought it was sorted ...
... passed on some very interesting information, so it was a great way to spend the day. So many bakeries, mmmmmmmm... O.m.g. Dinner. Out of this world. Went to a Mexican restaurant called Colibri restaurant with the most authentic, fresh Mexican and delicious Sangria. I will not forget this soon! On a side note I have pretty much sworn not to buy a single thing here and just spend my money on food. Tonight, I made good on this promise haha so worth it!! ...
New Zealand seems to me to be the place of "Last Chance to See". Glaciers and wildlife are disappearing at an astonishing rate. If you want to see the New Zealand I've just seen, I reckon you have at most 5 years before the glaciers melt to a point where it would be quite difficult to get to them.
The only good mammal in New Zealand is a dead mammal (except for a bat). There are a number of predatory critters that were introduced, stoats, ...
... half off. It was a great experience!!!
We fly out this evening so we spent the morning trying to organise the suitcases. There is so much stuff to take home!!!!!
Thank you so much to all our friends who have read this blog. I have enjoyed writing it and after 4 weeks are looking forward to getting home.
We look forward to seeing you all soon. Love Maree, Chris, Hayley and Tim xxx