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... when a
girls from the best house (red) swam we supported her.
For the rest of the day we had free time.
At the evening the whole school watched the movie "Angus, Thongs and full-frontal snogging" (in German “Frontalknutschen”)
That was cool because I enjoyed this movie before in Germany.
... have a toilet but they are cheap and we have found them all to be really nice – much more our style. The Holdsworth site was no exception, accessed via a 5km long unsealed road it has a real middle of nowhere feel, we were actually the only people there all night! This evening was super chilled with a few local ales and a chicken curry while the sun set – not too shabby.
... in 15mins so luckily I had my ipad to sit in the park catching up on emails etc. Exciting developments in the Spartans youth academy in mail. We popped round to Noeleen's to clear out rest of Rachel's things and then back to Kathleen and Tony's for dinner. Crayfish, Mussels (huge) and some meaty ...
... to head south.
28 January: We left Ohope this morning and only got a few Km down the road before our first stop at the Nukuhou Salt Marsh for a short walk. Then a quick stop at the Cheddar Valley pottery just down the road and we were on our way. We stopped in Opotiki for petrol and groceries. The price of petrol is about 2.17/litre (about US$8.25/gallon). The fill-up on our little sedan was $118. We took the Pacific Coast highway ...
... between a kiwi fruit and a banana. They are apparently, like marmite. You either love them or hate them. I'm rather partial. She's not even before the injury. I took on chauffeuring duties, school runs, A&E visits as well as nursing responsibilities that amounted to keeping her company watching daytime TV, squeezing medicine into her eye and ensuring plenty of tea and coffee ...