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... of it regretted. We would have every experience ten times over, if it meant we could learn what we did. The people, the places, and the memories definitely will never be forgotten. We're not going to write anymore, because we're not that sappy. All the time. Except for now. Seriously, we're done now.
This is Fed n' Skutes saying goodbye. For now anyways. Until we're on Ellen and our blog explodes. But until then, stay classy.
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... had a roast pork hamburger, which doesn't sound a lot bur was very filling.
Walked over to the Lakeside for coffee after. Home for a quiet afternoon before our evening show. I imagined it would be similar to our Starstruck School Spectacular but this was almost all instrumental. Very polished it was too. Selections from Souza to Vivaldi, plus a couple of ...
... out. We were literally the last two on the bus but we made it, but it came at a price , we weren't sitting next to each other. Our minds were baffled to how we were the only two nearly missing the bus, we tried to get out heads round it. Was everyone else wrong, did everyone forget to put the their clocks back? It transpired, that our very clever cellular devies had very kindly put our clocks back for us, unaware they would do this, we put out clocks back too, so they ...
... tamaki cultural village - mount tarawera - walking through the redwood forest - OGO zorbing - stand up paddle boarding - Brew bar dinner scene We also got invited to their work party at Agroventures and did the swoop and free fall wind generated skydive, and jet boating. Had a bbq with everyone and some drinks! It's been a crazy amazing experience that is once in a lifetime. All for free. Still can't believe it. We will send out the video to everyone once it is ...
Our adventure continues with some Maori culture. Today we visited the Whakarewarewa. This is an amazing geothermal village where people actually live. Houses have steam jets outside their windows and boiling pools at the bottom of their gardens! Awesome! Our tour guide was Girly, who was related to virtually everyone in the village by tribe. She was an amazing guide, following the tradition of women from this village, very exact in her information and knowledgable. One of those people ...