Copthorne Hotel & Resort Solway Park, Wairarapa
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... jobs. They also gave a lot of trivia and plenty of props and costumes that were actually used in the films.
We took a slow drive north, stopping a number of times along the coast before arriving at Waikanae to pay a visit to some of Rob's distant relatives where we had a super nice evening! We slept on their driveway that evening so we could enjoy a beer and make tracks in the ...
... back over the Rimutaka Hill road to Upper Hutt. The weather was still beautiful so Sis and I topped off the day in her hammock chairs suspended from a tree in her garden – a first for me, but hopefully not the last as it was lovely. There was no tea to make as we were eating out at the Royal Thai restaurant along with Andrew and a very nice meal it was too.
... 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..." ...
... by wine ones. I'm not sure exercise and alcohol go particularly well together but at the same time we don't really care that much. It's a fantastic atmosphere with live music at every stop and we sample everything that each vineyard is kind enough to offer us. Arriving at the finish line suitably dehydrated, we enjoy a few more drinks and Karen has a hangover by 3pm. Well if you can't get drunk on your birthday.... Next Stop: Still New ...
... 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 ...