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It is now the last Friday before school starts again and i could sleep in J After a good breakfast we wanted to go riding but my shoes were not done (They had a whole in the stitching line). So instead of riding we did school work. I tried to finish my biology internal and I think it is almost done now. After ...
Woke up this morning and chilled out in bed, watched the Chelsea v City game and soon after wished I hadn't, Chelsea were awful! I Face Timed Roomie and Noady and spoke on the phone with Sez then decided to get up and go for a walk. The weather was lovely and I walked down to New World to buy a few bits. Stopped off at the Salvation Army en route and got myself two ...
... at about ten to return to the car hire depot to try and get hold of the manual and the lid to cover over the luggage in the boot that is missing. Neither available. We crossed town from north to south avoiding the centre, making for Akaroa, the only 'French' town in NZ. Large earthquake-proof estates of suburban houses were being built to replace those destroyed or damaged. The trip to this little town was about 100 kilometres along a winding ...
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Trina and I both ordered the lamb shank on a bed of mashed potato, carrots and gravy. Pudding was a harder choice, we could not decide between Mississippi Mud Cake and Banoffe cake, so we got one of each and split it.
Walking back to the site we walked through another part of Caroline Bay. While walking through Caroline Bay we came across an Avery and Trina made friends with one of the inhabitants.
It wasn't ...
... I was so intrigued and wanted to know more, but so did everyone else. So, I left them in peace and continued MY journey to Dunedin. Dunedin is my favorite "big" city I've been to here in NZ. It was first settled by the Scottish and it shows in the architecture, which is stunning. A very historic European feel to the city, which I loved. You can feel the history and tradition. The streets are steep and you can often ...