Captain'S Quarters Motor Inn
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Had a bit of a chill day today. Slept in till around 11 and was only bev and Mike at home so wasn't a busy house. Bev and I had a little outing to the botanical gardens in hamilton. Quite cool and bigger than I thought. They had a little section for different types of gardens so for example they had a Chinese one, an Indian one, an Italian one and I have to say i was very disappointed at the English one, it just looked like weeds to me but bev ...
... it is part of the national betting system it does not require many race goers as most of the betting is off course.
Tonight (Friday) we are going to see the Soweto Gospel Choir perform in Hamilton Park for the start of Hamilton arts Festival. Our other outings will include Opera at Twilight, a Concert and showings of Citizen Kane and Vertigo. Our year's culture in a week. Thursday next we are off to Napier again for the Art Deco Weekend. If anything new happens I will keep you posted.
... br> The water was crisp but lovely. The beach was full of families enjoying the sun and the salt. It was a really relaxed chance to soak up some rays and for mum to get out into the open after months of chemo.
Raglan is a lovely little village, and I can understand why Ebz loves it. Good ...
We thought maybe you guys would like a day to yourselves before we spend a few days traveling together.
I thing you said you fancy Hobbiton. We won't go here with you as I'll be going there on the 19th July and it's quite expensive, so I probably won't want to go again.
It's just outside Matamata, and I'd suggest going through ...
... thing they have to pets. We went to their pasture and were able to hand feed them. Colin took us into the barn and showed us one of their carriages. One of his hobbies has been building and repairing carriages. It is an expensive hobby as the wooden wheel rims cost hundreds of dollars but Fiona enters competitions with the carriages pulled by the miniature horses. It is quite a production to go to competitions as they have a trailer to transport ...