Teal Motor Lodge
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... bit of squealing. It really is cold. The man at the admissions counter thought it was about 16 degrees. Mike needed a bit more encouragement and finally when I decided that I needed to take the plunge as well we all ended up in the pool. I swear I lost the feeling in my fingers and toes. I was impressed I think we managed to stay in for a while before another dip in the hot mineral pool to warm up before heading out to the beach to check out our digs for the ...
... we may have underestimated how steep thus hike was, but the view over Gisborne from the top was amazing, and was well worth facing the heat for.
I finally feel like summer has arrived here now. In Te Kuiti and Rotorua the weather had been a bit dull with quite a bit of rain thrown in. In Gisborne it was 30 degrees, too hot for work but as we started early, it didn't matter.
After the most heartrending Christmas period ever, I had allowed myself two weeks time to stop feeling sorry for myself and get myself back on my feet. Two weeks time to try and convince myself that I will be alright. Though I know this will take a very long time. Some people just get under your skin.
I would have preferred to go east around New Year's, but things didn't quite work out the way I wanted. Somehow I'm tempted to use the phrase "story of my ...
... br> We had Sunday Tin Cupboard dinner tonight – made a huge potful, so we will be living on leftovers for a couple of days I think.
A very boring blog entry tonight, but it has been another fab day for us.
SUNDAY TIN CUPBOARD DINNER
- 1 tbsp canola oil
· 2 medium onions, chopped
· 4 chorizo sausages, sliced ...
... 200oC. 20 minutes later they were still raw and unrisen. Long story short, my oven gets to 200oC in the top, and only 100oC at the bottom – it’s only about 8 inches high!! Half an hour later they were ******* the outside and still slightly raw in the middle. Colin, bless him, ate a couple with his coffee anyway. It was really fun having the camper to ...