Travel Blogs from Hartley Wintney
... pirate ship. He has a great imagination. Jim and Max went to the pet store to get feed for the chickens while the rest of us had a cup of tea. Jake was playing the banjo and concertina. He is getting quite good on the banjo.
We went to the Blue Lion in Hardwick just a couple of miles away. We decided to eat outside on the patio. Larry and I got the roast beef with roasted potatoes, ...
... bus. It would mean Eli didn’t have to walk around on his sore ankle and Kyria could take some night photos.
This trip topped the day off. It had been a bit frustrating today, as things hadn’t gone quite to plan and this definitely made up for it. The bus was open on the top story and it got pretty cold! But it was a great trip, well worth it. It was a bit hard to take photos, as the bus didn’t always stop but I got a few. I just love all the ...
... from many years ago when I worked a few nightshifts and struggled to sleep during the daytime hours. This didn't hit me in Tokyo because they are only 3 hours behind NZ.
My laptop and I weren't feeling very well on Wednesday, so I am continuing to write this at 5am on Thursday morning, after another rough night of broken sleep.
Well I only managed to achieve a few basic things on Wednesday. The home I am staying in has a lot ...
... Welcome) and hopefully we will be able to stay in the Wharenui (Meeting House) overnight.
Overnight in Bulls (200 kms)
Friday 31 Jan
Travel to Wellington. Visit Te Papa (national museum), waterfront and Mt Victoria and also see Rona
Overnight in Wellington (145 kms)
Saturday 1 Feb
8am ferry from Wellington to Picton in South Island arriving at 11.30 am.
Travel to ...
So, after many years of thinking about, talking about and investigating the time has arrived where I've bottled up enough courage to resign from my workplace of eight years and decided to broaden my horizons, well partly as it's only 4 countries currently, but hey it's a start. Over the next 5 months or so I'm going to ...