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... made our way to the spectacular snow-covered Southern Alps region, once Sir Edmund Hilary's playground (1st guy to summit Everest). We then made our way to the aqua-blue ice of the Franz Joseph and Fox glaciers to do some hard hikes or "tramps" as they are known here. We took a little cruise on a fjord where we were able to appreciate the grandeur of the geology, witness dolphins and seals play, and see a waterfall that is even taller than Niagra. ...
... time the second film was ending but I powered on. And then it was time to try and sleep! Oh and I also did some inflight shopping through my TV screen. All drinks and snacks were free and could be delivered right to my seat. I ordered 2 cookie time cookies. One for me and one for Nikki. They arrived within seconds of my order! This caused us to cry uncontrollably with laughter. I don't know why? It's not even that funny. Must've been the air pressure?! The cookies tasted just as ...
... done a lot of walking, or tramping as the New Zealanders call it. Tramping is basically a long walk or hike, it does not refer to Wills not shaving for two weeks.
After Greymouth we had to get to Twizel as we wanted to do a Lord of the Rings tour. On a map the distance between Greymouth and Twizel looks pretty short but in reality it takes 5 and a half hours as inconveniently, there is a mountain range in the way. We stopped at the Franz Josef glacier and did the walk to ...
The rain stopped today for a few hours allowing us to walk down the very steep hill to the three bays which make up Akaroa. The whole town trades as being French with a New Zealand feel. In the large sheltered bay cruise ships regularly stop and many thousand people at once tour the long bay front street, buying from the local ...
... but I know I will pay for it when the fines session comes around this evening. Flaxton finish their 40 overs at 8/183 and we feel pleased with our efforts in the second half of their innings.
I am down to bat at number 9 today and as it turns out I don’t get to bat at all. David Russell, John Dedman and Murray Harrison all retire at 30 and with Eric, Stirling and Bob ...