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... some surfers in 1998 on a wave in Manu Bay accompanied by an orca riding the wave with them. Body language in the shot is pretty funny…. as you can imagine.
The boys were not disappointed and the Raglan surf lived up to its reputation. We all managed to find our place in the surfing culture of this little surfing mecca and will definitely put it back on the bucket list because we haven't finished with it yet. :)
... at 6am to Manu bay, the local point break. On the weekend we had the schools gala (faire) it was pretty much the same as the ones in England. In art we made mini canvas to sell, I did a rose and mum and dad bought it.PE is pretty cool as we get to choose what we want to do for the next term, I chose surf lifesaving. The sport choices are different to the ones in England: cross fit, surf lifesaving, touch.
School is really different as: 1) I don’t have ...
... crazy). There is a bridge that when it’s high tide lots of people jump off. Also there are lots of waterfalls that we can go up and visit and hopefully swim in. As soon as the paddleboards get here we going to go and explore the harbor as there are quite a few mountains on the other side, which we can paddle to and then climb. Anyway it's weird having no friends "I feel so lonely" but that can be made up with the really cool experiences.
Poppy signing ...
We still have a farm to run... so we'll be doing the routine stuff, cleaning the chook shed, checking the animals etc. Oh! What size feet are you guys, we'll make sure we have spare wellies for you (just in case the weather is less than perfect)
... This is a really great place - if you love the books/ films. It was magical and even though it rained in a drenching way half way round it still held it's charm. Most on the tour were as excited as us (well mostly Anne was pretty excited) but one Dutch woman had neither read the books or seen the films and was frankly bemused. The tour ended with a beer and a pie (second breakfast) in the Green Dragon pub. The whole thing was fab.
On top of the Bag End hill there is fake ...