Copthorne Hotel & Resort Solway Park, Wairarapa
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- Refrigerator in room
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... up with sheep, it didn't help that it was the hottest day all week in a metal shed with hot sheep...I'm quite glad I wasn't doing it all day...sorry Hamish!
Tuesday was also the day when I met up with Sue and Dave who are travelling around NZ with their sons Scott and Adam. It was great to show them around a NZ sheep farm, and was nice to have someone from home visit for a bit, not to mention bringing my Xmas present!!! We went for a ...
This morning was spent unpacking – its so nice to be fixed in one place after spending several days in transit. Part of the time was spent gazing out of the kitchen window at the kowhai tree which was covered in its yellow spring flowers and so very attractive to the birds, especially the tuis. They are very unusual birds to look at, nothing like them in England with their 2 white pompoms ...
... stove. It didn’t emit very much heat, and the night was clear and cold, so after a hasty dinner we kept our knees warm before jumping into our sleeping bags. Aside from the mice keeping us up for a while, we both got a good night’s sleep.
We woke in the morning to find that things had got cloudy. After a hasty breakfast we hit the trail and returned to Tabletop, only to find that the further ridges were ...
Crossing back to the North Island on the ferry seems to take considerably longer than it did going over but after a quick stop in Wellington, we drive an hour to our first help exchange position in Martinborough. It's a beautiful little town deep in New Zealand wine country and our hosts David and Ineke couldn't be nicer if they tried. Our lodgings are set back from the very large main house and the annex has absolutely everything we need. Anxious ...
... bed. Huw Condron, the welsh commentator, had managed to get some sheep for the welsh boys to practice on. Hef, Dion, Alun and Sion were through to the semi's so they were going to practice. But they had to be up early! 28/02/2014 Hef woke up at 5.30am and I took him to meet the other boys. I went back to bed and woke up at 7.45am. I had breakfast and got ready to go to the stadium to watch Trish in the open woolhandling world heats. Trish wasn't on until the last heat. By ...