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... that I wasn't able to do because of the weather, which was a real shame. But before all that I finished my relaxing couple of days in Tekapo by taking a walk down to the hot springs to meet the rest of my new bus. We set off towards Rangitata, via the Church of the Good Shepherd where a Chinese Wedding was taking place. In Rangitata we had a great evening cooking together, snuggling in front of the fire and watching DVDs before an early morning to get ...
... Puzzleworld, which has the world’s biggest real life maze. We were up to the challenge. It took us just over an hour to do the most difficult level. It was great fun trying to figure it out and watching everyone’s confused facial expressions along the way. On average, people walk about 3-5kms. We may have done more.
Driving around the Wanaka/Queenstown area is stunning. They are situated near two lakes, Lake Wanaka and Lake Hawea, which are nestled ...
... swift half! We then return back to Kirwee (cop lying in wait) via unsealed roads. When we passed a field of about 50 rams, Colin, being a farmer's lad, enlightened us about tupping! Apparently Kiwi ewes have to have a warm up act before the main event and there are such animals as teaser rams. These are rams that have had vasectomies and titillate the hotties so that the fertile rams don't waste their time and energies with ewes with headaches. All the men reading this ...
... everyone again and a few newbies. The lamb, stuffing and pigskin wrap was on the rotisserie for four and a half hours and it tasted wonderful. The crackling was lovely and crispy. The mix of pig and lamb fat, soaked into the meat and stuffing, ensured that everyone wanted more!! The steak and venison wasn't bad either. The last two hours that the meat was cooking on the rotisserie, under a gazebo,was a bit harrowing as ...
... flat park before heading off around the city. We were given some background as to the history of the city and given an insight into the destruction caused by the earthquake. As we toured the CBD, we saw where a huge multi-story building had sandwiched down to the black top. In the wake of the destroyed buildings, uni students had started erecting green areas in the gravel spaces. Sometimes chess sets, made using traffic cones and spray paint, in ...
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Na een lange reis van Kerkrade naar Christchurch via Tokyo was het hotel een prima plek om bij te slapen.
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