Hurley'S Of Queenstown
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... enclosure. I went round and fed all the animals too. These are the animal
I feed Brown Kiwi, Tuatara, Kea, Antipodes Island, Parakeet, Black Stilt, New
Zealand Falcon, New Zealand Pigeon, Campbell Island Teal, Tui, Scaup, Duck
Brown, Teal Blue, Duck Red, Crowned Parakeet, Yellow Crowned, ParakeetMorepork,
South Island, Pied Oystercatcher, Weka New Zealand, Shoveller, Auckland Green
FIRST AND FOREMOST CAN WE ALL JUST BREATHE A SIGH OF RELIEF THAT WE ARE REMAINING A UNITED KINGDOM. When you're little your parents teach you to say please when asking for something and ensuring you say thank you before handing it to you. That was my first lesson in manners and it was very simple. The next step is to respond to people when they speak to you. Then when you meet someone it's always good to shake their hands. And it goes on. The best thing about this thing ...
... to meet up with a Canadian couple, Jenna and Brandon that we first met on a trek in Thailand so that was first on the agenda followed by seeking out a pub crawl for the night. It was great to meet up with another couple who were also in a campervan.
Queenstown is quite strict about where you can free camp, a 'no free camp zone' boarders the town so we needed to drive 15-20 mins outside of the centre to park up. For the first night as we ...
So I've come home after a long day at work and am being a bit silly. I'm finding it too ***********centrate and actually write a blog and Dais has ordered me to keep it short so I have some time to calm down and wind down. I beg to differ but there we go. I woke up to an ice bucket challenge so tomorrow morning Dais and I are off to the lake to do ours as we both got nominated by our friend. Work was average and long Thomas was working and was ...
... the journey and then got into bed once we arrived at the hostel, a wasted day feeling very sorry for myself! I didn't miss out on a lot though, other than going to where a group of seals congregate! Never mind! I'm the morning we headed for Wellington, on the way stopping at a couple of seal colonies for some pictures which were really cool, and it meant I didn't miss out from yesterday too! After this we got on the ferry back over to the north island, where we would have three ...