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... walk back to the main reserve!! When I got back to the car park I rechecked the map but I'm still convinced I followed the correct route so I can only figure that the farmer who owns the land must be a miserable so-and-so who doesn't like the footpath being on his land.....however I could be completely wrong!!
After I left Stony Batter I headed for Man O'War bay and winery on Ana's recommendation - a very good recommendation it must be said!!! The bay is absolutely beautiful and ...
... meet this girl from Florida there. She just got off the plane and came straight there. The airports lost her luggage and she was all alone, so pretty freaked out. We kinda took her under our wings and helped her out a lot.
Other than that most of the week was spent hanging with the other international kids. That is probably my favorite part. We will hangout and party and talk about everything undet the sun. We have taught them a lot of card games.
... zoomed through the course in record time. As we were in the area we visited Davenport and one of the local beaches. We understand that this is a place people flock to on sunny days. It was a cute little peninsula across from the city - it is accessible via a commuter boat. Caleb and I played monopoly tonight. Caleb was so happy he jumped up to hug Christine to say what we were doing and that she can have fun 'making dinner' - ...
... the wharf where we caught the ferry to Auckland. Once back on the main land, we walked around for a little, enjoying the city at night. Even though we were both full from our amazing dinner, we ended up at a dessert kitchen. We shared a vanilla bean brownie milkshake and an exquisite cake. It was a coconut and white chocolate cream cake covered with a light raspberry shell and topped with raspberry compote. Outstanding.
Full and exhausted, we finally made it back to the hotel.
For my birthday this year we decided to fly to New Zealand to visit Ash & Jord. The plan was to have the packing done the day before so that on my birthday there would be nothing to do but have fun and fly to New Zealand. Of course, best laid plans and all that, by Sunday afternoon we hadn't even begun packing and pressure was on. I also failed to remember, when making these exciting plans, that ...