Quest on Cintra Lane
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Sept. 22, 2014
I went to sleep at midnight last night, and woke at 12:01 this afternoon.Apparently, I really needed the rest. Congestion is much worse. If not better soon,....I'll start on the antibiotics. Adrienne went out to shop and eat lunch.
When Adrienne returned,....she said that it was beautiful out,....and that I needed to get out a little in the sunshine. I didn't feel much like dressing, but did, and dint even do ...
... and told me they would sponsor my visa if I wanted to stay.
I had some good times. I joined some soccer teams and decided to jump head first into the lesbian social scene. I bought a moped, I went bungee jumping, snowboarding and swimming in the sea.
And I had some bad times. I got burned on the Lesbian scene, I got jumped by a man in a hooded sweatshirt, I lost some great friends, I broke my knee (tore my ACL) and I totaled ...
... step off. Not jump, just step. Erm, ok then. It was awesome fun, if a slightly odd experience. So much fun was it that we did it again straight away, backwards. That felt easier to do but the sensation was more intense; imagine falling backwards onto your bed or sofa only to find that the soft upholstery had been replaced with a fall into the abyss. 60m later our fall would be turned into a pendulum swing that would have even Tarzan looking for a clean loincloth. We exaggerate ...
... hotel. It was a very professional service – reliable, fast and safe. In general it takes approx. 30 minutes to get from the airport to the city center. We definitely didnīt take longer than that.
Our place was called Harbour Oaks Hotel and it was honestly one of the nicest places we had stayed since we started to travel. It was a huge apartment with two bedrooms, a common bathroom, a small kitchen and a spacious living room. It was perfectly clean, everybody had ...
... our time in New Zealand, I've been amazed by how many Chinese people there are about. And a short walk around Galleria, one of Auckland's most exclusive shops, showed that the main buyers of the most expensive goods were Chinese. Those restaurants are clearly nice little earners! Then it was off to one (or two) of the local bars to sample the micro-brewery ales. Chris is becoming quite a connoisseur. So there it ...