Raintrees Whiski Jack Cascade
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... her request to "flip flops" ..... the young man was so relieved! And yes, Christine was wearing her Billabong thongs at the Cultural Centre. We had planned to visit Alta Lake with Mindy and Ian but by the time we finished at the Cultural Centre it was too late to hire the boats for a lake paddle so we had to postpone. Mac and I used the time to troll through the 262 shore offerings of the cruise .... We are supposed to have booked them by the 6th. I guess ...
... see her sprinting at me! We end up doing a kind of collision hug and the GoPro goes flying but we laugh and get overly excited! We picked up the GoPro scattered in pieces all over the floor and collected her luggage. We jumped into the car and the laughs started. And they basically kept going for the 4 days we spent together. I didn't lie when I told you she was staying for a month, because she is. In my room. While I'm gone. Tricky stuff huh?! On the Wednesday evening when she got in, ...
... Amusement Park long drives
Chilling out with my family
Seeing the bear in Naramata
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Root beer the long layover in Auckland airport
Goldfish crackers sharing beds with Georgia
After a peaceful night
sleep. I then had breakfast at the hotels I decided not have my usual breakfast
and had pancakes with fruit and cream. I
went to a 5 -18 year olds DFX Club. It is a group for kids of all ages and
abilities, from beginner to expert. With their experienced kids coaches your
child will develop their skills in all aspects of mountain biking Downhill,
Freeride and Cross ...
... or zips on our pockets to take our own photos but thankfully one of the staff took a couple of photos.
In between each zipline our guides told us information about the forrest as we walked over suspension bridges, arial bridges and looked over the many observation platforms.
We had a blast on the ziplines and would recommend it to anyone who gets the opportunity to do it.
After the zipling we went on the gondola up the mountain. It took about ...