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... settled for a bar where we could people and boat watch with a chilled cider. Bliss We decided to visit the WAITANGI treaty Ground and saw the site where all the tribes gathered to sign the treaty. But there were difficulties from the beginning because of translation. The Maori cultural exhibition was very moving. 4 Chiefs and 4 girls , music instruments sticks and dances making the ground move..this took place in the Maori ...
... degree tilt, which was a fab sensation I must say! It was at this stage that we all spotted the rare "Sunburnium Briticus!" (Latin: Albino Vampirus Welshium") Now the Sunburnium Briticus is a shy creature, and can normally be found lurking in dark areas where there is little or no noise! And can only be coaxed out of hiding if no one is looking! Should you need to locate one out of scientific curiosity, he is easily identifiable by ...
... Unimpressed wouldn’t cover the half of it. As far as I was concerned he could take all his money and smugness and shove it…
Anyways, I digress. We arrived to a near deserted island. It was the kind of place you could imagine Robinson Crusoe quite happily staying forever. The bay was dotted with private yachts. We waded to the beach and set up camp in some of the little shade left under a tree. After generously applying yet MORE sunscreen ...
Another shopping trip for supplies, things still feeling good - have got to go back to the Medical Centre on Tuesday 28th for some more blood tests and the see the Doc again on Wednesday for the results. Warfarin/INR level still worryingly high - hence the blood tests. Hoping to travel to the tip of Northland on Thursday, just have to heed the advice from the Doc.
Managed a light pasta lunch with NO side affects!!
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... one of the weirder bird calls, a small black bird with, and were being very un-attenborough here, some kind of white feathery beard entertained us. It kind of sounded how a machine invented by Wallace and Gromit would sound, either way, another bird eventually flew in so it must have worked. After a full days rambling around the woods, we caught the ferry back to Paihia and reunited ourselves with Toady. Our final “attraction” for the ...