Twin Peaks Hotel
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... return later with the rest. Mom is content with the situation the cats will be facing, having left them with a ten day supply of food and water. I hope they don't eat it all on the first day. Alan & Min arrived right on time, with Min's parents in tow. The luggage is not all that I imagined and when the Super Shuttle driver showed at a few minutes later, we easily stashed all the luggage, 4 cases ...
... a replacement coach to arrive. All this put us around 90 minutes late back in town so the tram ride had to go :-( (until next visit) We had a good wander however and got something to eat and drink then made our way back to the ship by around 7pm. A long day but a really good one. A change of around 500 passengers for this sector. Skipped the drills and had a quiet wander around the ship with a nightcap in Anderson's. Tired tonight so ...
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It was a relaxing day today, compared to the rest of the trip. We have all enjoyed it so much and done so many cool things.We learnt that New Zealand is the most expensive place in the world, and we are never shopping there again cause it is such a rip off! Croissants here are $1.15, compared to the French bakeries and cafes at home where the minimum is $4! It's ridiculous, and we know it now!!
Although I am ...
... and we all ended up with slightly different plates of food, despite pretty much asking for the same thing with different meats. I got the corned beef, which was awesome. My green beans were given on a side plate, which was something I was glad about as they were swimming. Bags of character and decent food at bargain prices -we paid around $12/£8 for dinner and a pint! You can’t grumble at that. ...
... same idea. Along the footpath there were hundreds of locals and tourists enjoying a beautiful day. After a few photo stops we crossed the bridge on the western (ocean) side. Surprise surprise some painters had all their air compressors and portable toilets set up on the side of the footpath. Never ending I would expect. From the northern end we circled back under the bridge and along the pathway for another 4km to the ferry terminal. The queue of ...
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