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... before getting our fancy dress costumes on ready for the evening! Everyone looked awesome. We had Germans, English, French, Chinese, Dutch and Japanese dressed as grannies, grandpas, morphs, devils, aliens, nurses, artists, pyjamas, and more. It was such a good night, dancing on tables, playing pool and getting to know the rest of the bus as well as the people who worked here. Great night! And even better I only had a couple of shandies! Got into my tin cabin and into bed at 1.30am. ...
Next day, we woke to torrential rain which continued until we reached the Franz Joseph glacier. There’s not much to see as it has really retreated and you need to walk in for an hour or so to get a glimpse of it. The weather stopped for an hour and were able to do the walk and also check out the Fox Glacier which wasn’t too far away. A much better view of a glacier and new stamping ground for Sean.
We continued on the west coast down to Hass ...
... walk in the streets of Wellington.
I have also been to The Fiordland National Park, near Te Anau. I have visited it but boat and I have hikes too ! No word can describe it, it was more than amazing, spectacular and incredible !! ;-)
After being rested to me one day, I have done The Tangariro Alpine Crossing !! I think you don't now whatr is that and I'm going to explain you : It's a famous and ...
... first thing we had to do was pick out the stone. Well this was the hardest bit as there were many different bits to choose from. Once we finally decided on the piece, we had to choose the shape and then draw it on the stone. For two non artistic people we did ok in the end, as I went for a rain drop and Colm went for a design of 19. He had a really unusual design and it was so good. It was soon time to get on the machines and we started sanding it down, ...
... I’ve been
doing a lot of weeding (I’m not gonna lie, my last day of woofing aka my last
day of weeding will be a glorious one…), but that comes with the territory when
you’re organic gardening/farming. No sprays = a lot more work. In the afternoons
I’ve been walking around town, walking on the beach, and using the free
internet at the library. Terry can’t share her internet with woofers, so I get
to walk ...