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... her went and made up my trail mixes. Cashews, almonds and cranberries are a delicious mix, for the record. I made a large bag and a two small bags, and they ought to last me the rest of the trip and be good for snacks whenever I'm feeling hungry so I don't spend money on food. And also because a lot of the places we're going are sort of remote so there won't be places to buy food. And I spent quite a bit of money on food at the Pak'n'Save - it has to ...
... Ferns and Flax Bushes with just room for one person.... quite pretty though and it was a warm evening. Jeremy thought he would have a quick swim (no togs...). I declined, saying I would go in in the morning if the weather remained fine. Himself started stripping off and was just
about to remove the last vestige of decency when I said I could hear footsteps coming down the path. Jeremy didn't believe me (and a Puckett is always right...) but the man appeared before ...
... knowing I still had awesome travels ahead in Australia! As the next day's is set to just be me on two buses and a ferry, I feel it is right to provide my New Zealand and Kiwi Experience review, in this final post from NZ. Well, simply this has been the best. I don't think I could have imagined it any better when I left England a month ago (where did that time go?!?). New Zealand is a quite frankly amazing country and I recommend anyone, young or old, to come visit. There ...
... the least expensive as our favorite (Lindt dark chocolate). Everyone else's "favorite" was the house-made chocolate. Finally it was time to actually try chocolate!! We were handed several different types of chocolate and learned how to tell how much cacao was in chocolate based on the texture and we were given a chocolate wheel to help us describe the taste and aroma. We also got to rub cacao butter on each other's hands, lucky us.
... rugged mountians and bird filled beech forests of the Nelson Lakes National Park. Much of the route later on in the afternoon followed the course of the mighty Buller River, through sleepy little towns that were once busy gold mining centres, to a dramatic gorge where the road is cut into a vertical cliff face....scenery we were expecting from this beautiful place and a perfect opportunity to give the latest gadget, OUR GOPRO a test. The long drive was leading to where we would spend ...