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... 6:00am. I rolled over to check and see if the girls were still down to catch the sunrise over the beach. They were quite keen and the three of us rolled out of bed, threw on some clothes and walked the few blocks up. We arrived at twilight and found a log to sit on in silence as we let the growing sunlight bathe our chilled skin. A lone surfer had found his way out to the waves; he had the best seat in the house. But, I was ...
... that I was given by my great aunt and uncle is working miracles as, as soon as we got off the bus the sun came out (we have also had several occasions where we have had glorious weather when it should have been raining and a few times when there has been more food in a packet than was advertised) and after we set foot back on the bus to leave the heavens opened again! The tour was really cool, we got driven to The Shire where our tour guide ...
... of home. I wolfed my salad and made my way to Paeroa. Home of the big L & P bottle, plus the 'world famous in NZ' soft drink that goes in it. And L & P (lemon and paeroa) flavoured ice cream. Also lots of antique, second hand and op shops. Which I visited. Picked up a couple of bargains :) including a cute $4 dress! Visited the 'Big Bottle' (underwhelmed!) bought and a little tub of ice cream for the road (delicious!). Time to head to the airport and farewell New ...
... in New Zealand you can understand why. As we started our exploration I got a text from my Aunt Helen, who was leaving from Auckland airport the next day, so we decided to make a plan to catch up for a quick drink one last time. They were staying at a friends place in Onehunga but without wheels we weren’t even sure how to find our way there. So we ran to the train station to see if there would be any chance of getting on a train. Easy peasy, not expensive ...
Today was going to be a very busy day. We had an early morning tour, Kiwi Orchard and Maori Experience. To make it a bit easier, we ordered room service for breakfast. On the dot at 7a, along came our breakfast. The service is always punctual.
Our tour was very good. It started with a bus ride and we saw hills with sheep and cattle. Very soon we came to the kiwi orchard. There are huge hedges surrounding the ...