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... and continued heading north for about 2 and a half hours before reaching Russell we went into the information center and booked our dolphin and hole in the rock tour. We drove on up to a too 10 holiday park and parked up for the night . We went for a walk to the look out point before wandering around the town . We were on the boat at 915 and within 15 minutes we had found a hammerhead shark and a pod ...
... to be very fast during a very
long time. At the end of the day, we picked 5 pallets (210 buckets
approximately). Viognier grapes are very sweet so thousand of bees attacked me
when I grabbed the buckets. The day after the picking, we had to take off the
huge nets that covered the grapes and my arms still remember this day… After
these painful days we did the usual things in the vineyard (bird scaring,
cleaning the ...
... week....so we get up in the pitch black and it is cold and cloudy. Never mind, we dressed for winter and had a fabulous day on the bay from 9:30 to 4:00. We stopped at many little islands to deliver their mail...learned a lot more history...including that Captain Cook got killed in Hawaii because they thought he was god coming to punish them for having bad crops that year so they killed him and ate him...everyone was cannibals in those days...he was killed and eaten at ...
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 ...
... the city. Silly me though, I was just wearing a thick woolly pair of socks and had no shoes on. I was also wrapped in a great big blanket. This looked ok going up the mountain as it was still dark and early but I must have looked like a tramp on the way down as it was broad daylight and there were runners and dog walkers about. I was still in the previous night outs attire and had my long fake eye lashes on - oh dear. The sunrise was bitterly disappointing as it ...