Copthorne Hotel & Resort Solway Park, Wairarapa
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... of course there is no problem with picking up empty shells which were washed in by the tide – so of course, I did.
My carrier bag was soon full of all kinds of wonderful finds, far too many to take home, but it was much too early to be selective! I must have looked a real sight on the windswept beach, head down, plodding slowly along and collecting as I went, but fortunately the family are used to me and there ...
... a "job" but it sounds like a more fun and relaxed way to spend some time with the added bonus of learning about organic farming. We'll likely be heading off next week to give that a try!
This past weekend we had some fun. On Saturday we explored some small towns in the area, and discovered (to Orla's delight) that one of them is home to NZ's only 100% gluten free cafe. On Sunday we headed up the road west ...
... HisTUI"! We had lots of good laughs as they poked fun at all manner of things, weaving their brewery history into world and NZ events. Their slogan is "Yeah, right..." which is answered to all particularly improbable statements, such as "I only go on beer tours to learn how they make beer" and "I really want to see your mother again"! This was followed by D & I creating a "Yeah, right..." ...
... restaurant. Our dinner of soup, steak and lamb shank arrived about 6.30pm so we wolfed the soup down and ended up being too full so left the steak and lamb shank until we came back from the evening in the stadium. We headed back to the stadium for the speed shear. It was a really good speed shear, some awesome shearers and amazing times set. The winner was Dion King from Hastings. We headed back to the room and Hef finished his steak. I couldn't face food that late so I ...
... there I can understand why anyone with the ability is migrating in that direction. I certainly want to.
Of course once again my autistic side suffers a little trepidation at the transition back to European life- fearing the dark cloud of the economic crisis that has not reached Australasia and that I can get stuck in old survival patterns longer than wanted, thus being unable to push forwards towards my Bikram teacher training as quickly as I wish. ...