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... time doing this blog, although it is for our own use on our return when Alzheimer's sets in and we can read about all the new places these lovely people visited. xxxx
In room dining of a dinner of Maritnborough duck breast in a Asian plum jus with fresh vegetables of the region. Well really it was duck cooked by the Wally chef with some plum sauce we found, potatoes on special and some beans, Yumm as ...
... got that food when we did. Ron did take a little tumble but there was very little blood. He’s okay.
[Anyone remember the show Laugh-In? There was that little guy wearing a yellow raincoat riding a tricycle, he’d stop then tip over. That was what happened to me. Not sure if gravity works differently down here in the southern hemisphere - but all I know is that I came to a stop, put my foot out and all ...
... a brick vault where they kept all the important papers overnight and Isobel slid down the stairs...it all smelt really lovely even though the wood is so old. No wonder there are so few Kauri trees left in NZ. Taid liked the fact that the bulk of the building is now used by the department of law at Victoria University. He recognised the title of one lecture that was ...
... tour where we thought you could choose between riding a bicycle yourself or just being a passenger on a rickshaw. We met up with Stuart – our guide and 4 more people (an older couple from Netherlands and their son with his wife who now live in Australia) and found out that despite the fact that all of us initially preferred rickshaw, there were only two places to ...
Today was our last in Riversdale, but as there was no-one coming into the house, there was no urgency to check out. We reluctantly broke up that wretched jigsaw as we just didn’t have time to finish it, (yes, I WAS beaten this time) then went for one last walk on the beach. This time we walked N – a place with very few shells this time, but with the ...