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... boys having slept the last half of the journey.
Its good to be home again, but it was a fantastic holiday. Our best yet. So here’s a bit of a wrap-up from the last 25 days.
What we liked
Snow on mountains, lakes by mountains and mountains on mountains.
Fast running, clear rivers with plenty of rocks to throw.
Towns with big playgrounds that are right next to fuel stations, cafes and have big wide parking areas ...
We’ll like I've said I've been in the French Polynesian islands for a month and a half now, but I've only posted one blog entry about these islands and I didn’t feel that that did these islands justice. Not only is the landscape stunning, but the friendliness of the people has been another characteristic of these islands that will leave a lasting impression on me.
The first group of islands we visited were the Marquesa islands. The islands of Oa Pou was ...
... before hand. The Craic in the crowd with the kiwi and England fans was great, we we sat behind a group of kiwi men and they kept us entertained the whole match aha Not that big of a fab of rugby nor do I really know the rules but it provided a good source of talent from both sides with us picking put the fittest players as they warmed up ahaha the match was really good and tense with only a few points in it. The atmosphere was brill, you could definitely see how much kiwi's ...
... on the floor beside a seat between luggage carousels. Our walking boots were inspected as potential carriers of lethal pest and bio-hazards before we were granted permission to enter the country. We were greeted by Elaine as we emerged into the waiting hordes and proceeded directly to the car park. A slow journey into the city and over the harbour bridge followed before arriving at Elaine's apartment in Takapuna. A walk into ...
Here we are, once again, at the end of another fantastic trip to New Zealand and our Southern Hemisphere life. The shops are full of winter clothes, The Warehouse (where everyone gets a bargain) has great offers on flanelette sheets and duvet covers, the trees are showing autumn gold and we are, once again, being exhorted to buy our ski passes. Every year we find new
places to visit, things to experience and lovely people to meet. The weather this year has been ...