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... a rest and read as his back still isn't flash. I've text Bruce & Greig and so good to hear from them. I couldn't do it any sooner as we are 3 hours ahead of home. Didn't want to wake them at 3am!
We are just back in our room after dinner. Garry had cheese & potato quiche and then cauliflower soup and I had a salad. Garry's food was good and you can't go wrong with a salad. For mains I had the herbed marinated chook that was a bit chewy this time and ...
... who knew who held a spare key, and they happened to be available, so eventually we were reunited with all our stuff.
Needless to say we got a new key cut the next morning, (a bit had broken off) and never left the apartment again without at last two verified help phone numbers!
And needless to say, we left an envelope under the good Samaritan neighbour’s door with 400 pesos in it, telling them to go and have a nice meal on us!
... years ago to start a bed and breakfast. The house sat on the banks of Lake Rotorua and was absolutely delightful.
Liz served us herbal tea and banana bread and we chatted for a while. It turned out that it was election day in New Zealand. David and Liz were avid National party supporters and they were in luck as the Nationals swept the elections. Their electoral system is quite a bit different then ours. They have two major parties, labor and National, ...
... taking some very detailed pictures of her chocolate cake so I feel I am appreciating the cake vicariously through her. I have been having a bit of phone trouble, which I have finally sorted, but I have been able to make contact with my best buds Rob and Sev!!! Plus the other former UoB traveller the lovely Ms Emma Illingworth, who has been keeping an eye on me via text whilst I find my feet, she is a good egg that one. Ta ta for now, hope all is good in Blighty! ...
... Chicken curry, so nice, and then we went to the pub for a cheeky one.
The sky is so clear and dark here that the stars look amazing.
The next day we went onto Rotorua, we stopped for a walk first then went onto Hobbiton! Hobbiton was immense, we got I walk around where The Lord of the rings and The Hobbit films were filmed. There were many jokes about Lizzie being a hobbit as she's 5ft.
That night we went to a Maori village, tamaki, we got to learn about all ...