Hamilton City Oaks
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... out and say hello. But if you can't, a Skype call here and there could do instead. Now on to the good stuff. Everyone here is so friendly and the culture is completely different to England E.g. when we went to the supermarket the cashier packed all our bags and was really surprised that they didn't do the same in England. Raglan is so pretty and has really nice shops that look vintage and abstract. It also had the best ice cream place, even better than Oleron (which ...
HUNGOVER! Lisa and Ritchie did not disappoint with delicious bacon and egg butties. They told us good bacon was hard to find and this particular batch was from a trip to Auckland. It was very good, but we are lucky having Haigh's Farm Shop around the corner back home. Lisa and Amy took the kids out and we saw off our headaches with '12 years a slave'. On Lisa's return we all went for a walk along the river. It was ...
... Otherwise how could you know where you are?
Are we all somewhere different then?
Each person has such a different narrative, I’m not surprised we keep it simple by saying “I am here”. But really you can be anywhere in your mind... Everyone knows this!
I've lived in Raglan since 1998. I guess this is my home, where my journey begins (again!). ...
... with tunnels, viaducts, and gorgeous coastal vistas, beautiful meandering countryside, ugly industrial areas, then darkness. The return flight with Mrs EasyJet, took a few hours....even with French air traffic controllers and train drivers being on strike. Then, using our Around The World ticket, saw us with a week in Tenerife, three days in Madrid, three days in Rio, two days in Iguazu, three days in ...
... The U-turn won't have helped that pace, though, and a 3:50km round the edge of the grass before a left turn into the final 200m was pretty good given the surface. The lake was so lovely I ran the loop again, with Katherine for company, swapping running stories, before I stopped at the clubhouse and she disappeared. That was her first parkrun, she'd only spotted it the night before, but it is likely to be the first of many, helping her towards a sub-80 hm this year ...