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The last few days have been fairly low key. On Friday Serena, Ti and I had a girls day with shopping, lunch and a pedicure while the boys had some couch time as well as darts and table tennis. Yesterday Justin and Brad went fishing but came home with s catch of crabs. I'm not sure whether the boys got confused or whether crabs were easier to catch …
... there you go. She was sounding weak and unsure of things, but walking well enough, but the wheelchair was necessary. Put that in the car, came back to Mary and she walked out to the car with WZF - slow but steady. Then took that inside and locked up. Down to Zedz, parked across two bays as there is no 'disabled' parking, got Mary into chair and around through the side gate. It was just a shampoo and haircut, so we were out of there by ...
... Woke up and went to actually see where we had camped in the day light and were rewarded with the sight of Lucky Bay, and incredibly beautiful white sandy beach leading into clear turquoise waters. The sand was so fine it was almost the consistency of mud when wet. Did a walk around the beach area and then headed to Hellfire beach for a quick look before going back into Esperance to do a 40km scenic drive around the headland. The drive delivered spectacular views as well as taking us ...
... mud bath, which was something else again, the following morning we left Rotorua for our next destination. Because it was a minor thing we decided not to let anyone know back home as we didn't want to worry anyone unnecessary.
On our way to Queenstown we stayed at a place called Wanaka in this beautiful hotel called Hotel Hawea, you can see the view from our room, we left the following morning for Queenstown,
Queenstown is ...
... him. As soon as Andy's eyes were open he was up on his chest nose to nose and pug tail wagging for play time. I had to extract him because in Andy's dozy state not watching what he was otherwise looking to chew on. Setting my self at the table, to get my head into business mode first for the vat man who would be calling at the end of the month. With my desk in place, coffee in hand I proceeded to catch up with 3 months worth of books on usual work Wednesday, considering ...