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... a bit more, looking at stuff, bought a cool beanie for £10 and a couple of postcards. Had a bit of a sleep for the afternoon. Not sure if this was a good idea as hopefully I'll go to sleep tonight. I'm currently sitting at the hotel restaurant which is awesome. I have ordered a local beer called Badger Glory. It's so yummy, with a peachy after taste! I think it's even better than NZ beer, so ...
So far this morning have just relaxed. Not warm enough yet to sit outside so have just continued doing nothing much. This afternoon need to be spent making ourselves beautiful for the first formal night. At our age that takes a lot of time- thought I'd better say it first before someone else does. George getting ready in his kilt takes much longer than I ...
... for our sea bands. We had a late lunch which we finished as they were setting up afternoon tea so we selected some fine pieces. Unfortunately a sudden lurching movement of the ship ended up with all of George's tray sliding off the table all over me and onto the floor. The evening was spent as usual eating and ...
... we dodged the traffic completely so we booked at motel on the outskirts of Manukau and then the run in the morning would be smooth and hassle free. Of course, we were also reliant on the weather.
The weather was fantastic – clear, warmish in parts and rain and wind free. Well, at least for the majority of the trip. We headed down to Drury on Friday morning, got breakfast and tanked up. Then we were off, heading down the Hamilton Expressway, onto Otorohanga ...
Apart from ourselves we have seen some decidedly odd things. For instance a "tutti pole" - a small flower stick topped with an orange used in a festival peculiar to Hungerford , where we stopped for a coffee. The tutti pole used to be used to collect tithes or taxes but now the charge for the donation of an orange from the tutti man is a penny or a kiss,. don't ask me why! There were 2 poles in the cafe window - see if you can ...