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... are excited to get back on the Kiwi Experience and face the next adventure in the South Island.
As the Kiwi's would say... sweet as bro!
Sophie and Emma
P.S. We would like to thank the Laver's for putting up with us the past three weeks and showing us the way of a farming family. Especially Huw who has put up with our witty banter and townie ways the most... Taking the mick out of his name...who's name? Huw's. Oh, who? We are so ...
The previous evening saw us arrive at a tiny campsite south of New Plymouth quite late, it was pitch black, thrashing with rain and wind and we were just glad to go to bed! Despite this the morning surprised us with bright sunshine, and emerging from the campervan we realised we were literally camped a stone’s throw from the beach. A quick breakfast and a few evil looks from ...
Today we headed to the closest city to Dannevirke called Palmerston North with Rachel's sister Coleen. Palmy is known as a University town and has a big square in the middle with town clock. Main purpose of today is to buy some souvenirs to take home as this is our second last day in Dannevegas. My shopping ...
... at Opotiki, and affords wonderful scenery. Our picnic lunch was at the seafront at Omaio, then we drove on to one of our favorite spots, Whanarua Bay, where we stopped at the "Nut House", a cafe at a Macadamia orchard. We stayed the night in the Te Araroa holiday park and were disappointed that the fish and chip truck was closed. I had to cook!
29 January: We continued along the coastal route with many stops along the way...mostly for ...
Organising a holiday is part of the fun of going away.
Mike and I are going with another couple whom we have been friends with for about 9 years.
Seems longer. Travelling and having laughs is what we do best, so looking forward to 6weeks away having heaps of fun and seeing all the sights of the northern hemisphere (well a little of it anyway).
We have been planning this for about a year and now it is within our sights.
So read and and enjoy our trip with us.