Quality Hotel Lincoln Green
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... the world to visit us so we can spoil them like they have spoilt us. Its also to remind them that I am here as a travel agent to help organise things for them or their friends to experience the REAL NEW ZEALAND - just like we have discovered the REAL FRANCE.
We do have a few ideas spinning round, we've been bitten by the bike, I realise we can go anywhere by bike, any distance, its called slow travel & I LOVE IT!!
... my feet dipped in our DIY pool I couldn't quite believe where I was, this time last year this trip was not even on the cards, I should have been shelving books, and buried underneath inter-library loans, but I here I was thousands of miles from home on a beautiful beach with a bunch of people I hade only met 10 hours earlier. Very strange feeling, but rather marvellous. After the beach it was shower, dinner and bed as we had an early start in the ...
... wait until monday morning to sort things out with the formal entry for the Airplane. Saddled my Bike and cycled to the Sudima Hotel where Maree had secured my a Room for an special rate....loosing two 2 hours flying east Night time came quick and I was ready for Dinner. The Risotto at the Sudima was so la la.... this Cook needs to sent to Italia to learn how to make Risotto...... but a hungry Dog eats almost ...
... Mall to pick up a few essentials we headed home for a well deserved power nap (stupid jet lang making us feel like we've got a hangover without drinking any alcohol!) before Lillian and Doug (Ben's cousins) came over for a lovely dinner! The rain was pouring but that didn't stop Tom firing up the barbecue on the veranda! It was so nice to meet more of the New Zealand side of the family and share our stories from the wedding! What a fabulous first day in NZ! Love Naomi and Ben ...
... lucky enough to spot some eagle rays basking on the stones in the bay. These are a favourite food for Orcas who apparently regularly visit. After returning to Auckland, we set off to Eden Park to see the All Blacks play England. The game was even up until the last 3 minutes when the home team finally managed a try to secure a 20:15 win to the ecstasy of the majority of the 49,195 strong crowd. What a fantastic end to the second day of our ...