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... they were useless. This is where we bumped in to Charlie who dragged us along to his rather interesting lecture on Mens Rea. Criminal law was more interesting than equity law. We finished uni at around 1pm and headed to get our second lunch before going to 'Milse' because Su was craving some chocolate. We had an assortment of truffles which was very nice. We arrived back home and played some table tennis before heading out to the gym again where I did some weights while ...
... restaurants occupy and share the same indoor space so you can eat anywhere and sit anywhere within a gourmet environment
- New Zealand is a little like Wales, a little less sheep and a bit more steam (more later)
- Whatever you do, do not smuggle a Queensland Fruit Fly into the country. Seriously, I've never seen so much security, bag checks and panic in any airport security. Luckily for us we hadn't helped a fly gain asylum, but I did have my red apple ...
I will not say too much about this as I am aware this post is already dragging a little bit, but I will say it was an amazing experience. All the way around New Zealand I had been pointing out different farmlands to Kim that I thought Peter Jackson could have chosen and I kept questioning why he chose that specific farm. However, when you pull up to the Alexander Farm used for the Shire in the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies and see it in real life ...
... the late 20's. We hired a car on the first day so then visited friends in Alfriston close to where we used to live in Manurewa. After a delicious lunch and catch up we then went to find the house we used to live in and the places we used to work. Alcan is now called Ullrich Aluminium and James Cook High School has some extra buildings. A good trip ...
... Afar cattle and weekly market, Jinka. Mursi, Benna, Ari and Tsemai people. Hamer campsite near Turmi - camp for the next 3 nights.
Estimated Travel Time: 4 hours. Approximate Distance: 115 km.
Friday 19 December - Day 7: Karo village called Kolcho. Hamer village. Turmi.
Estimated Travel Time: 7 hours. Approximate Distance: 110 km.
Saturday 20 December - Day 8: Dimeka market. Turmi. Bull jumping ceremony