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Travel Blogs from Blenheim
... that morning, I joined Steve, Nanette and daughter, Natalie, for a wonderful meal of local salmon, scalloped potatoes and haricot vert. I, of course, bring the wine. For the next few hours, I am part of their family. We share our stories and personal histories while Flynn peacefully sleeps under the table on my feet. It is these moments that I think about when people comment about the strangeness and loneliness of traveling alone. I'm rarely lonely. It ...
... any laws!! We left the beach about 5pm as the shade was getting sparse. Back to the campsite for a cold shower (they don't have hot showers at this one) and then the fun began (well, I say 'fun' but it was all a rather serious business). The van got turned into a mobile phone repair operating theatre...the surgeon donned his operating specs and the patient was put 'under'. The surgeon put all his skill into finding the cause of the blockage. ...
... activities, but instead we decided
to see what the pubs had to offer! Saying that though we did visit
the seal colony & the lookout! The reason for visiting here was a
**** up, so thats what we stuck to (& me to the coke!!)! We spent
a good part of the day in a love beer garden type of bar, before
heading to watch Natalies mate play tag rugby! Broc had a bottle of
bourbon burning a hole in the van floor, so himself & Natilie
took to that ...
After saying goodbye to Hastings we travelled down to Masterton to stay overnight before getting the ferry from Wellington on the Sunday. Our night was uneventful which was exactly what we had wanted. The following day we carried on our journey through the Wairarapa and took the mountain road over the Rimutakas for the last time.
I had not been ...
... daughter Nicole is just brilliant at it as her tiny body gets flung in the air and yet still she yells go faster daddy. Haha and poor Adam is yelling no slower. Love em.
I did go out to get the fish in one morning with Tony as he really wanted me to have a go. He let me drive the boat in which was so much fun bumping over the waves super fast and getting splashed in the face whilst holding on for dear life in case you fall out. I love it on the water. One of my favourite places. ...
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