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... had woken up, I treated her to a rendition of my own 'Happy Birthday' and gave her my card. I alerted Tor and Rach that we were ready for them and they arrived with the prezzies we'd bought for Scar. We've been collecting a few things since Cairns when we visited our fave shop 'City Beach'. Everyone finished off their Easter eggs for a breakfast treat before we headed off out for brunch at 1pm. I'd found a few ...
... I needed to get Medicals etc for our working visas) x. That's one way of doing it! I was coming to NZ with our without a job offer and was going to knock on St. John ambulance's door! Everything sold back home.
We ate out at the Sky Tower restaurant on Monday night! Highest building in NZ with a beautiful restaurant at the top that rotates 360 degrees as you eat. Fantastic views, great food- I got a vegan meal, quite ...
... to the harbour and meet our crew (lovely, lovely people!! Ben and Blake) and the other people on our trip. Everyone was soooo lovely!! We really became a little family as we spent every minute over three days with them. There was a lot of Irish on the boat haha and pretty much every nationality but we all got on amazingly...we ate together...slept together...snorkelled and swam together. This ...
... thank you Robert! Anggie had shot off somewhere and arranged for me to have a “VIP Suite” which to my reckoning wasn’t exactly what I would have called amazing, but it was a private room and clean..ish and appeared not to have as many mosquitoes buzzing around like the rest of the hospital! I did have to laugh though because everything in the room had VIP written on it; the pillowcase, bed sheet, waste bin, bed and drip stand! I ...
... to rugged tramping tracks. We got there in time to join a 45 minute guided walk which took us through the wetland area where we saw shags and paradise ducks, and bush area where we saw tuatara, takahe, kaka, karkariki, fantails, tui and other birds. The two takahe are a pair of 20 year olds that no longer produce fertile eggs. Although they can not fly they are fitted with radio transmitters so that they can be ...