Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre
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... centre in the spring sunshine:
*Local sim card - check
*Orientation along the main street and Britomart shops and cafes - check
*Walk around the harbour admiring the yachts and art installations - check
*Visit to tourist office to pick up maps for walks - check (me: "how long do you think the coast to coast walk will take, about 4 hours?". Tourist officer: "depends how often you get lost, but I always ...
... is a great time to visit. The town of Flagstaff is quite charming, especially the old downtown area, histocric Route 66. Katelyn and I took an early morning stroll around town and saw lots of old buildings, old motels and interesting signs. They have along this route tried to preserve some of the R66 character and therefore its charm. It has worked. I imagine it is quite a popular town for travellers - gateway to National Parks, including Grand Canyon, ...
Blink and it's gone. 21 hours of rehearsal in 3 and a bit days and we're now packed out of Macleans College and ready to pack in tomorrow to the Dorothy Winstone Centre at Auckland Girls' Grammar.
This is a HUGE programme and there are lots of sore faces around. When you look at the line up the bandies amongst you will understand what it's been like:
... getting me into the queue for the ILS23 at NZAA, the vectoring added another 20 miles to the Flight with an very conservative 5 mile spacing between Airplanes. Taxied to Air Center One where Maree Organized Custom, Immigration & Quarantine for me. Paperwork forwarding did not happen and Customs had no notice of my arrival but they where nonetheless very Friendly and efficient to clear me into their Country. I will ...
... I did so much that year. I bought a car and drove all over the place. I got my scuba diving certificate and spent 10 days diving on the Great Barrier Reef. I went up in a helicopter, I spent nights on the beach watching the sun go down, and I swam with sharks. I fasted for a week and did everything that scared me or pushed my limits. The important thing was I learned what made me happy.
I spent time being me, the me that I wanted to be. I ...