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... when they are being held in your honour and accompanied by whisky-laced coffee and a starry sky.
6. Gardening really is good for re-booting the mind. It has been a long time since I have been able to concentrate on one job and take pride in seeing it through from start to finish. It feels far more rewarding than multi-tasking and making a hash of several things simultaneously.
... and acres of gardens and pastures. There is also a river and lake with a boat house. We walked for nearly two hours across fields, over hills and through woodland. We saw waterfalls and wildlife as well as a Maori monument celebrating their arrival in New Zealand by canoe over 650 years ago. On the way we met the owner, Ian, and helped him herd his cows ushering the strays up the lane. On the walk we took the wrong path and ...
... Such is the life of a tourist though, being charged money you don't want to spend on things you don't really want to do. Other hihighlights of my day included seeing the most northerly railway platform in New Zealand and the oldest headstone in New Zealand. Jealous?
Paihia was a great place to relax though, and quite significant in that it is the last "new" place that we'll go to on our trip.
I'm not going to write any more now, Lizzy is.
... Russell where we have a wander round and then return to Paihia. When we get back there is a note under the windscreen of the car. I think "Funny. We have only just got here but someone must know us and has left us a message". It's a parking ticket. When we arrived there were parking bays along the side of the road marked out in white paint. There were signs which just said "P 10". Now, I took that to mean that there were 10 parking bays available on ...
... myself thinking 'and they allow people to swim there ?!' But apparently there is no record of orcas having attacked humans in the wild. 'Oh so that's alright then!'
As we were going back to Paihia the captain announced she had seen something surfacing the water and had decided to do a little detour and head towards it. This time, it was not two orcas, but three ! And it was a family ! The young was between its parents.
What a day ...
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