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... a treat.
In Melbourne we had a Krispy Crème donut and an iced coffee each, before moving to our Gate Lounge and boarding our Virgin 737-800 to Adelaide. The sun was just setting over Melbourne as we took off, and it looked very smoggy, but it may have been evening fog. I was starting to feel very tired, but John was still soldiering on. As we came in to land in Adelaide, the plane was travelling very fast, ...
... the way. I never cease to marvel
at New Zealand’s beauty!
Jase had to go to work to make/or receive a phone call to/from
Ireland, ahead of his proposed visit there in November.
I finally did the dishes about 9pm, but lacked my usual dishes
entertainment by all the lambs in the paddocks. It was dark!
When I was out on the farm, there were mothers ...
... in New Zealand, so if you get the chance to fly a plane - do it! Puzzles and Arrival in Queenstown There is weird and wonderful place just outside of Wanaka called Puzzling World, which does what it says on the tin - it is a world full of puzzles. (http://www.puzzlingworld.co.nz). There is a huge maze to crack, illusion rooms and puzzles in the cafe to solve. It's an interesting pit stop, but probably more designed for kids, families and puzzle geeks! It is not a long drive ...
... I decided to go to Te Apau for two nights then to Queenstown in the 4th for the remaining 3 nights. After this I had some lunch and a walk round the city, also finding out where the bus stop is. I made dinner in the evening and another walk round ...
... forest is located on the beach. After a volcanic eruption, floodwaters containing a whole lot of ash descended onto the then forest area many, many years ago. Within a short period - scientists think within weeks or a couple of months - the trees became petrified and were preserved. These trees have worn down over time but there are still large stumps in the water and many logs. We drive back up through Waikawa and onto Niagara Falls. Yes it's named ...