Ramada Suites Nautilus Orewa
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... smile on her face walks through the doors along with a family friend who happened to be on their flight. They all greet Tish and begin chatting, chatting, chatting. I wait, wait, wait. My moment of surprise came when mum started hugging her friend goodbye, I run up behind them and mum still has no idea! Mums friend Deborah recognises me and instantly starts becoming teary eyed. I tap mum on the shoulder and say "aren't you forgetting someone?" She ...
... what we mean when we say that home exchanging in South America can be difficult!
Nice to be back in New Zealand in spring, despite the cold.
Goodbye from us until next winter’s trip,
Richard and Christine
PS: Remember Rio and Christ The Redeemer up on the rock? We were sent this amazing video link by a friend and we just have to share it if you have not already seen it on our Facebook page. www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/VxlKZere ...
... all, but looks quite wary. I look at her and feel she harbours a secret that makes her smile on the inside, and although she is watchful, some of that smile is flickering across the corners of her mouth. I'm clearly not an art expert, that's just what I imagine is going on.
We moved on and raced through some of the Louvre galleries, but no one was in the mood for an intense viewing, so we went out into the courtyard, near the glass pyramid, ...
... moved back to the states. Much to the disappointment of my grandmothers family in Cork, Ireland.
This bit gets a little tricky, so bare with me. My grandmother's maiden name is Boyack. She had one brother who died in his teens, and a little sister, my amazing great aunt Gladys. My grandmother's father Thomas had a brother James. So my great grandfather's brother, or my great GREAT Uncle. James moved to NYC, married and had a son, James (Jim). Jim married a couple ...
... life. Every so often she would burst into dance or tell you things like, "I'm not happy with your harness" as you have just finished leaning over the edge of the platform. But good or bad she definitely helped make the experience an even more memorable one than it was set to be.
GR: The Skywalk was great fun, the worst part being the first task set by Poko of walking up to the edge of the platform with toes hanging ...