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After breakfast in the motel (pikelets and scrambled egg) and a few FaceTime calls home, we set off about 9:30am We started the day in Orewa. In Waves Motel to be precise. Not the best of places but we were only there for one night and it was functional as it had its own kitchenette where we cooked dinner last night and breakfast this morning. We …
Well, we were quite sad to leave Paihia this morning as the B&B we stayed at was lovely and the owners (Phil and Wendy) were so friendly. We packed the car and were on the road by 9:30am heading towards Kawiti Glow Worm Caves. This short stop turned out to be better than expected as the guide was very informative. The tour is run by the family …
... It came to 12KG. It is amazing how little you actually need when travelling. So we took ourselves of to the post office and posted the box back to my sisters and it only cost GBP80, amazing.... It was also lovely to have the home comforts of a proper kitchen. Kelly cooked us an amazing Sunday roast and we ate in the apartment most days..... Ah the simple things... We also got the laptop out and got down to some ...
... is getting ****** up since summer meeting is going on. It's a real nice sight to see that everyone is wearing jerseys. It is Saturday so I expect nothing less from the hometown crew. Miss the **** out of those guys. The ucm NZ squad meets up and we go to coyle park. Selfie sticks galore with these people. I just kind of wander around and unintentionally photobomb like 90% of their pics. Sorry ladies. It's a dope place to be though. Almost ...
... do. I've seen communities that support each other, know each other by name, share their lives with one another, and they don't have a cent between them. I often wonder who really is happier. Where these people are really deprived though is access to healthcare and education. Something which if the West wasn't so greedy corrupting their governments, these life essentials could be so much more accessible. As an Accountant, you could say i'm a hypocrite working ...