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The girls and I are taking an extended vacation to New Zealand. We left may 1st and we will be gone for SIX months! I just thought I would mix it up a little from the traditional summer trip to New Jersey, and wow did I mix it up! Since the girls are home educated, this is a great opportunity to really see another part of the world. That's what I believe education is, to see different places, meet different people and see what God has done somewhere ...
... in good shape, with plenty of time to check in at the ship, refuel and head out again, catching a very flash looking locals minibus into town for only $1 each.
We stayed in the minibus till the far side of town, then walked back through the very busy and surprisingly colourful town centre, buying some minor presents and checking out the historical area. We got a lot of offers for $4 trips back to the ship, but hung in till we were at a carnival ...
... how this happened and the history. They were really kind to me, told me that if I didn’t like the food I didn’t need to eat of if I didn’t want to try it, it was okay with them. To me, it was really different from the food I usually eat, but I tried it even though I didn’t like everything I’m glad I learned about a new culture which make this blog one of the most interesting I did so far.
... mix of people from around the country with fascinating backgrounds involved in the program, and I look forward to getting to know them better.
After a morning of meetings it was finally time to board the MV Explorer. It was a surprisingly quick and painless procedure (She didn't have to carry the heavy, over-stuffed duffles – MZ). Before we knew it, we were settling into our cabins, trying to find a place for all of our ...
... ham. After that I went over to the Mel Fisher Museum since I’d never been there before. Mel Fisher was a salvage diver who found the wreck of the Spanish ship the Atocha and many of the artifacts and treasures that were found are displayed in the museum. After the museum I decided to make a pit stop and get a slice of Key Lime Pie from the Key Lime Pie Factory (Outlet) on Greene Street. The pie was nice and tart, but the crust could have been crisper. Next I rode my bike ...
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