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Stato has decided he doesn't want to be a stato any more .... Booooo xxx i bet he still comes out with some. 5 mins and a stat arrives!!!! Ha ha ha I said 'you have a red neck' stato replies... Did you know thats where the name red beck comes from in the states' He's back!!!!
TODAY I WENT TO HOBBITON AND IT WAS AWSOME!! I think Hobbiton so far had been one of the highlights of my trip, it was so much fun! The whole thing was just really well-done and there was so much attention to detail, right down to little clothes in little washing lines, it was a bit cheesy and naff, but what else would you expect?! There were loads of little hobbit holes to take pictures of an by and me and Sophie ended up missing most ...
... river Kaituna which includes the highest commercially ratted waterfall in the world at 7m. Yes SEVEN METRES. Maybe we should have started at grade 1/2/3 but Scott being a water baby went all out. And I had to follow. Started off slowly but that raft fairly moves when it wants to over those rapids! The first test was a 2.5m waterfall, followed shortly by a 1m 'with a kick' whatever that means. We were both holding on for dear life, but survived. Scott giggling at me ...
... a few drinks. I had my new camera which provided much hilarity for quite a number of hours before we decided to head to the waterfront to watch the New Year fireworks.
To try and compare Sydney and Rotorua for New Years would be ridiculous, not even Auckland would compete with Sydney for the sheer light spectacular which Sydney is. But, somehow, as I stood there on the banks of Lake Rotorua, surrounded by maybe a few hundred people watching those fireworks, I ...
... authentic New Zealand Greenstone (Semi precious stone, very hard, handed down between relatives as it can absorb body oils and you can always keep a loved one close)pebbles from Hokitika (West coast, South island). Peter started asking the carver all sorts of questions as he wanted to try and shape one of his pebbles on return to the UK. The carver, guessing this, allowed him to use the workshop to shape and polish the pebble and that set it on a necklace. The ...
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