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... amp; Fitness and a dry couple of months from here on in.
4 months to eat & drink; a gluttony of tasty dishes & alcoholic cocktails & a beer a day all around the world, enjoying the greatest of company on our mighty mission: to stop off & see everyone along our route - right round the roundabout and around the world too.
Massive cheers & Huge thanks to each & everyone of you who has shared & ...
That "don't know what to do with myself" feeling, combined with excitement and clock watching is upon us all! Only 5 hours til Grandad Chris picks us up, 7 until we are at the airport and just 10 hours until we fly!! The last 6 weeks since booking have moved quickly, and I am sure the holiday will fly by- but a 2 week roller coaster holiday will leave us with amazing memories and grant us opportunities to experience ...
... in Korea. Then we lived in Canada off and on for a few years and pretty much I found the same to be true of the doctors I found there. I did the research, I told them what I wanted/needed and they wrote the prescription.
I wasn’t sure what I would find in England. So I go to the office and sit in the waiting room until the neon sign buzzes and my name comes up to go ...
So with only two weeks left until departure day it's time to start the daunting task of packing my bag! Tried giving "what to take on a world tour" a quick Google and I'm now faced with even more confusion. Taking between 2-14 t-shirts. 2-6 pairs of trousers, but no jeans (I swear I only wear jeans :/ ) No shorts because I'll look like a tourist. Hiking boots, flip-flops, trainers, wellies and chunky/jogging socks. 4 torches and a cowboy hat, useful much?
... mass at the Anglican Church
The tractor journey to Cape Kidnappers and the gannet colony.
Bruce doing a U turn in the middle of Manganui with his extended camper van and we were following him!!
Our most interesting places we visited.
The Toy and Car Museum in Wanaka
The MOTAT Museum in Auckland
The Maritime Museum in Auckland and the Sir Peter Blake Tribute Exhibitions
The Naval Museum in Devonport.