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... year 12 and 13 students get a room on their own. However the room is rather small and grey:(
As a new student I got two buddies (they take care of me), Amy (also member of the red house) and Shannon (who belongs to the yellow house). So far the horses were not assigned to us, but we should get them soon.
At the beginning I have got 4 lessons a day between 8:25am to 14:45pm. My subjects are ...
Nursing another hangover and a pretty tasty eggs Benedict, we headed back to Rotorua to retrieve my phone! We then headed to Kelly's Mum's house. But before getting there, we made a quick stop at Kelly's grandparents house for a spot of tea and cake. What lovely people they are, so welcoming and her Grandad showed us round their huge lovely garden. He had recently chopped a huge tree down, as you ...
While doing some grocery shopping in Hokitiko, the manager of the store was informing us of the up and coming "Wild food Festival" on the weekend. He was telling us of the famous Whitebait fish, and Oyster Bluff Oysters that would be available. We thanked him for the information but regretted to say we would not be around long enough to participate in this apparently famous food event on the island.
As we continued on our way, made a stop in Haast for ...
... to get out of the 'I'm stalking you' box I had virtually lit up ahead of me, I realised I was on the Te Araroa route, not for the first time. Known as 'The Long Pathway', it stretches all the way from Cape Reinga on the Northern tip of the North Island to Bluff in the South.
At least I've walked parts of it. I stumbled upon the university and found it deserted. Exploring the centre, with its institutional buildings and tiny lake, I didn't see another living soul, and ...
... complain! We parked up at the free Doc campsite near the forrest park and donning my knew waterproofs, we braved the rain and went for a walk. It wasnt too bad actually as the trees sheltered us to an extent! On return we decided to chill out and watch a film and by the end of it, about 5pm...... can you beleive it, the rain had stopped! Fingers crossed it would last!
We woke this morning to sunshine......wow....its amazing and ...