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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!!!!
... lake is eerie. The boat was able to go into several craters that were now filled by the lake's water. Seeing water bubble in the lake and gush in small geysers along the shore is astounding. The minerals show their colors in shallow ponds, along the streams and on terraces created by deposits left over many years. There were only 6 passengers on the boat, and our skipper provided details of the history, geography and geology of the area. The ...
... in high esteem. Family is very important to them. The food was cooked in a clay pot buried in the earth by the steam from the heat in the ground. We had potatoes, something that tasted like out sweet potato, carrots, salad, chicken and lamb. The big dessert here is called Pavlova which is made from egg whites much like a forgotten cookie only not as dry.We packed a lot into our visit in Rotorua. Bob and I opted to spend our second night with a ...
A coffee and savoury muffin for breakfast in Cambridge and then it is off for the 90 minute drive to the Waitomo Caves. These are famous for the usual type of stalagmites and stalactites but they are also known as the Glowworm Caves. Some parts of the caves have thousands of glowworms attached to the roof who emit a greeny light in the same sort of way as fireflies. It looks like fairy lights all over the roof. In ...
... the resident pair of Californian quail leading their new family of five chicks up the lawn, to the delight of our hostess and all of us. We quickly gathered some kitchen scraps for them and watched for a good half hour while the adults showed the chicks how to peck bits of bread and fruit. Later, we all decided to have a joint take away Indian meal. We had an excellent evening together with our hostess Christine, and a few bottles of wine putting the world to ...
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