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Alright so it's been a while since me or Liv has updated you lot on our lives. Maybe it's just that we don't have anything very exciting to write about anymore? ... Nah, that can't be it. July - it's been and gone already - mind blown.
Let's see, number one big change - Livvy is now living in Wellington! Yipeeeee. The Dream Team reunited at last. We've added a little member to our crew as well, goes by the name of Tom. We're like the ...
... competition and although we weren't there for the competition, we thought we'd see how we might fare, and there was a drink in it for the winner! First stop, the local library to borrow a few gumboots (that's a Wellington boot by the way), then we were off to the gumboot throwing lane. Chris showed us how it was done and said we could basically choose any technique as long as we lobbed it the furthest possible. Ruari and I opted to face away from the ...
... what we had bar Soph! With us all still feelings hungover we headed down to the le tatapo museum. Thankfully this was a free museum so we were all excited to go in an earthquake room, which was apparently meant to make you feel the impact of an earthquake that happened there in 1987. Both of us being geographers we picked up that it was only a 6.5 on the richter scale so wasn't actually very big! The house was a bit of a disappointment ...
Here the pictures speak a thousand words. The boys all had a go at indoor rock climbing. A real challenge when you get to the overhangs and you arms and hands are getting tired.
INTRO TO ROCK!This course is a one-off event suitable for beginners and climbers new to the sport. An informative and fun lesson for anyone who wants to ...
Another stage of my journey is over. Landing into Auckland feels like both an incredibly short time ago and like it was a different holiday entirely. How can that be? I've also got mixed feelings about leaving, I'm looking forward to seeing everyone again, getting back updated with football, buying cheap drinks. But it's also sad saying goodbye to Gill and Johnny knowing its going to be ages until we meet up again, and I've had ...