Wharekauhau Country Estate
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... whether we carry on with our original plans or change things completely. Over the past few days Matty has been a little chef. He's definitely tired of rice. One day we ended up having rice crispies for breakfast, rice cakes for a snack, and then had a bowl of rice pudding for tea! Mattys hatred of rice is growing daily. He has decided to start experimenting with what you can do so we've had paprika rice and then he made a chick pea curry type thing with herbed rice. The other night ...
... Had met him in the hospital when I worked there, in fact I think as a Registrar prior to an op somewhere along the line. Anyway he was lovely and said I had a wait of 2-6 wks and that he would replace the head and the cup. So then I waited for a pre assessment appointment with the anaesthetist. That happened yesterday and what a muck up.
The anaesthetist cleared me to have my op at a smaller Hospital about 30 kms away but the nurse said ...
My golfer woke early and excited for the first day of the Championship rounds at Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club. The course was a little dry from drought conditions but Rusty was up for the challenge. This is a golf course where Tiger Woods and Greg Norman have played. Apparently Tiger Woods when he played this course, didn't make the cut so you can only imagined its difficulty. Luckily for the golfers, they removed most ...
... gate by an A-380 that arrived while we were waiting and parked at the next gate over. It was a smooth and comfortable flight, and the inflight economy service included a choice of lunch meals, complimentary wine, beer and cocktails and ice cream! Seriously, they came through and gave everyone an ice cream bar! We were in an odd row on the airplane, sans window, so it was difficult to see but a few glimpses of the Wellington harbour ...
... spread of lamb, chicken, potatoes, kumara and roast corn cobs, followed by cheese & biscuits, pavlova and two birthday cakes made especially for Simon Lyon who is celebrating his birthday today. A local lad entertains us on guitar and we join in with some old favourites – none better than a full-blown version of Don McLean’s American Pie.
Finally back at the hotel and I want to talk to Bryony on Skype and ...