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A tiny room, rather noisy but for £24 what do you expect?
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Setting off north now on a sunny Sunday morning with cloud obscuring the peak of Mt. Taranaki we turned left off SH3 at Stratford onto the Forgotten World Highway, so named because it passes through areas designated for development and with past history of coal mining and railways, including on place, some ways off the road where a bridge was built but has no roads connecting it and is called the Bridge to Nowhere! Actually there was more ...
... phia Andrea. She is just as nice as Mrs Turilli
We have three whole hours of maths everyday.
art is the best!!
We also do swimming. Swimming is the best, sometimes cold, sometimes hot.
We have No school uniform. Ha (to Chidham school)!!!!
We can wear Jandals ^ (flip flops) ...
There wasn't going to be a New Zealand blog because this is our fourth visit and we are staying with Beverley and Richard again for much of the time.I have blogged about it before and I have been lazy here while Richard and Jim go off to chop down trees, dig out thistles or move the cows. I leave such jobs to them! However we managed to find a few new things to do which we wanted to share so I am pulling myself together.
Last visit we went to South Island but missed it's ...
... Lovely man met us with our rental van, and we set off on our journey to Raglan. Poppy couldn't believe the scenery; so green, and the hedgerow's full of flowers, ferns and grasses. Everything smelt fresh. A real contrast with our departure from Melbourne, where the countryside looked brown and barren. New home We've been in our house three days now and starting to settle in. The spot is really stunning; right above the harbour and we can walk down ...
... Chinese girl how I had my name in Chinese on the bottom of my back but was pretty sure it probably didn't say that. When one of the German girls asked if I'd got a Chinese friend to translate for me and I explained I had just googled it everyone was rather amused, and after a lot of persuasion I agreed to show her the tattoo. I was expecting her to laugh and say "it means chicken fried rice" but to my surprise she said "it says gem-ma, is that your name?!" So now I can proudly ...