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... the farm i went into the local shop to get meg some cheese and we ended up trying all the local dips and alcohol. :) Got back and we were staying just on the beach so went down for an hour or so. Then went to the local Mexican, it was ran by this American woman. She was hilarious, bullied Ben into getting the hottest sauce was hilarious! The food was delish and the margarita was yum. Ben was also happy that they did proper pints and not 'NZ pints' On Monday before we headed back ...
... And we thought we would check out the Virgin Islands whilst we were sort of in the neighbourhood. Actually it is a bit further away than I realised...a 3 hour plane trip!
Anyway, better get on with packing....
... go past in the car then when they were doing a walk through back to the car. Wills was vey posh I have to say! Haha That night we had an absolute fruit loop in the hostel who I couldn’t get to leave me a lone talking all sort of caboodle to me….Oliver and Ben were in hysterics! ...
... place we've been for a while... Crickets and a million of their friends were having a party!!
We walked down past hydrangeas, succulents, herbaceous borders, the Joy Fountain, Lady Norwood's rose garden and finally the begonia house... Breathtaking!
Yes, John found me a lovely tea towel in the gift shop, showing the gardens.
On the way back to our hotel we stopped at the railway station, just at the end of ...
... went shortly after and then yesterday the sides caved in. So we popped off to buy her another (more decent) one this afternoon. Then, not wanting to sit around the hostel room (in fear of getting cabin fever) me and one of the other girls decided to climb to the peak of Mount Victoria. It's not that high but it was rather steep. The view from the top was jaw dropping though, a beautiful panoramic site of the city itself, harbour side and rolling hills over to the west. ...