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... had a good chat tonight, on topics ranging far and wide! Since we were last here, they have moved to a new house - they used to live at Mornington, but now have a very large, more modern home in a suburb called Fairfield.
The six young people spent some time playing games together.
Once the sun went down, it became very chilly outside, as we discovered when we left to go home. Tomorrow the forecast is for a SW change with 100km gales.
... were breaking just off shore. A couple of them dived overboard, and they practised rescues for a while.
Mac and I were enjoying a spot of photography in this scenic area - Mac is a keen photographer, with his Canon camera.
We drove along the winding road along the coast, taking in the views for a few miles, then turned for home.
It was a surprise to see Daphne, Jason's Mum, about to do the dishes! She had come to join us for the evening. It wasn't ...
Indonesia is so big and has so many interesting islands to choose from that we couldn't adequately plan how to squeeze enough of it into only one month. We balked at this challenge and taking the easiest option available we flew to Bali for a month. Truth be told, after the intensity of travelling around Japan we were simply looking forward to the freedom of not having a schedule and doing nothing more taxing than finding a nice place to be lazy. Don't judge us. Bali wasn't quite ...
... at Grahame's house before midday. Grahame is our friend Jenny's dad (and grandfather to the gorgeous India) and has been living in New Zealand for two years now. Thanks to unfortunate timing, we missed Jenny's mum, Cheryl, who is visiting England at the moment. Their house is in a fantastic spot overlooking Dunedin harbour, across the water from the Forsyth Barr Stadium. Grahame was on hand to debrief Ben on yesterday's cricket. New Zealand are on a formidable ...
... the train as no roads traverse the same route. Weather improves and the rain eases. The line involves tunnels which are literally only about 6in away from the side of the train. Also, viaducts some as high as 75m. The journey takes 2 hours and turns around at Pukerangi (pic) and returns to Dunedin - total of 4 hours. Throughout our journey we are royally entertained by one of the employees (Joe) who absolutely loves his job, and it shows. Thank you Joe. A great ...