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... a day of it and walked to the market place, had brunch in a cafe and sat in the hot tub at the top of our hostel overlooking the city. (This story has been glammed up for your entertainment as we were actually unable to have beds in the hostel until around 5pm where they kindly gave us there emergency beds- we must have looked bad!). That night we deserved a drink so sat in our hostel room playing card games with the girls drinking ...
... style houses, all individual, and the buildings and businesses. Having been drizzly off and on in the morning it was dry by then and pleasantly warm for walking about.
Back in the city we walked the length of Queen Street, the main shopping street, before heading back to the hotel about 5 pm. We had noticed Christmas trees and decorations being put up as we left in the morning and now the foyer was all decorated.
... my favourite restaurants and clubs before ending back at the hostel. By this point it had started to rain but I felt invincible. I ran across all the intersections with a hop, skip and a jump dodging the cars. The other pedestrians must have been thinking "wow look at her go!" Oh yeahhhh that's me. I was cruising in my bright pink bottoms - no one could miss me.
I came back and meanwhile Dais had been at the doctors. She does indeed have tonsillitis again ...
... turquoise in the sun. After chilling here for a while, and making sure Ellie was well and truly knackered we did a bit of shopping on the way back. In the afternoon I accompanied Adam to the school end of term assembly. This was a really nice experience to see what schools here do. They started by singing the national anthem, both the Maori and english version followed by class presentations about work they had been doing throughout the term. Instead of the ...
Monday 18th August I bid farewell to my comfy little room at City Lodge and headed of nice and early to meet the Kiwi Experience bus. I was a bit nervous and unsure of what to expect but at 8.30am a big green bus pulled up and Bridget (but never call her this or she will kill you, it is Bridge) the driver hopped off and quickly we were all on board and on our way. Quick explanation - the Kiwi experience consists of a fleet of rather fancy buses and ...