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Wednesday 19th March 2014
Up early this morning to drive to Auckland for the last part of our trip to NZ. We returned our lime green goddess to Apex and walked to our accommodation. As we were early our apartment wasn't ready but we were able to leave our bags. We are only a few minutes walk from the quayside so walked down there and had a …
So I'm sitting at home on my bed. Caleb has just arrived to take us to the airport, and I'm starting to get excited about it all. Everything is sorted at work, everything is packed, there's really nothing left to do but get on with it. Three weeks in China and Singapore is a fantastic prospect, one which we've both spent the last ten months looking forward to. It's been a long year up until this point - rewarding, but long - and we're really needing a break! Here we ...
... and Sticky Asian Meatballs so life is pretty good except for trying to ADJUST again, its quiet here!!!
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... and I was getting tired, but I soon perked up with the injection of a lively atmosphere, new company and ample amounts of rice wine. It was fun and the people were friendly. From the bar we headed to a club and danced the rest of the night away. In the early morning we caught the bus back as far as we could, and then walked the rest, talking and laughing and happy to be alive. When we got home Helen cooked up some rice and we ate and talked more and were satisfied and slept.
... returned to the van, wrapped up and walked to the stadium. We payed for our tickets and went in. Being a neutral, I naturally supported the underdogs, the highlanders. A difficult choice having said that, as both seem to be doing rather well! The game was really good! Fakitoa looked like he's going to be pushing Conrad smith for the 13 shirt and will test England during the tests. After the game, we went back to the van, finished the crate of beers and went out. When we got to ...