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... 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 ...
We slept in till 7:30 for the first time on this vacation! Must have needed it! Up, dressed, read paper and pete and cush came over for coffee and goodbyes...they may come to Canada next year with us! Hope so! Fred and I toured the town, looking in every shop! We had lunch upstairs in a restaurant overlooking bay..lovely! Then we went for what was a coast walk...but when we found it it was high tide and not a nice ...
... but eventually found the trail head. A scenic hike to the top of the bluff. Worth the journey.
Home for simple lunch and quick down time. Then back in to town to rent the catamaran. Ty and Laura decided to join which was fun. Nice half hour with whole fam sailing then Ty and Laura got a little cold so we dropped them off. Finn and I carried on to circumnavigate the cruise ship. Was a nice ...
... the tree up. But the Europeans saw them only as a way to a fast buck, and mass felling all but wiped out these trees. These days felling kauri trees is illegal, so some enterprising people have taken to digging up fallen kauri trees, some of which have been buried for hundreds of years, and using this wood for carvings, so no living trees are harmed. The workshop featured a particularly impressive spiral staircase to the upper floor carved inside the trunk of ...
... and Bayne Bacon, a comedian/pianist/electric guitar player from Texas. All three were class acts and very entertaining. At 11:00 pm, the Indonesian staff members shared some of their amateur talents, showcasing traditional music and dance from their native land.
Rather exhausted after a long day, we crashed at about midnight with plans for a sleep-in tomorrow, as we begin our two days at sea, crossing the Tasman Sea on our way back to ...