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... everywhere. The pain was excruciating and it was throbbing like no other, I bandaged the poor phalange up and went to sleep (with a hired duvet). God knows how much longer later everyone else returned and it was mayhem. Laughter, shouting and screams and I was kind of in a daze so it didn't matter I just must have drifted off. It was weird because I woke up again and it was dead silence and all you could hear was the synchronised sounds of ...
... one.! Russell hit it off with the owner and operator of Salvare Wines. We had a unique experience of tastings out in the vineyard itself , under the shade of an umbrella. I enjoyed the following olive oil tastings along with various herbs and breads. Olive trees are also grown in this area and so this oil was made right here in Napier.
We had a lovely ending to the day as we were invited to join our host's dinner party. It felt like ...
... myself slipping into a regimen more each day. The boys must be feeling more comfortable with me, too, because I've become something like a jungle gym that they climb all over in the minutes before they're meant to be going to sleep. Nothing like riling up two children right before bedtime. Also, Sterling, the youngest, and I went on a little walk the other day and he grabbed and held onto my finger just about the whole way and my heard ...
... with Murray, his wife Jasmine and their kids Kasey and Tristen. The meal was beautiful, the scenery over the park awesome, and the company good. Murray and Jasmine are lovely people, and their kids are great, very bright with big futures ahead of them. Murray is quite similar to Jase in personality (oh dear I hear you all say!) which makes for great dinnertime conversation!
Tomorrow we head for Napier...
... closet and desk, but it is exactly perfect for our purposes. And the beds are really comfy! Then we have this nice big living space which includes kitchen, dining table, and living room. We have a fireplace, 3 couches and a nice big TV. Mind you, we only get the most basic TV in NZ, which is comprised of 6 channels, but hey, we can watch the Olympics. And thanks to me and my dad’s combined tech abilities, I’ve bought a cord that lets us hook ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking