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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Golf Course
- Free parking
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... wish for. I think it's a dude. Josh thinks it's just their other type of New Zealand people. There is also a nice little pond area with a bunch of birds that look like they are straight out of the zoo. So that's tight. We came back and threw the football around a little in the parking lot before the girls show up. They showed up and talk to us a bit and have made zero progress on room arrangements. We saw their flat. It's really not that bad. It's not campus evolution or anything but ...
... be on an extended trip like that again, where I'm frugal with money and reckless with alcohol. That trip was a way to say goodbye to living young. I did it in style, and now it's time to be an adult. I'm looking forward to it.
That's it. No more blog entries. I'll go back to do a bit of editing and upload a few more photos here and there, but from me this is goodbye. I hope you've enjoyed reading it.
Because I've enjoyed living it.
... for about 2 hours. Matty's starting to get frustrated with the situation too, he's been really understand through and does admit living like this is slightly easier for men! After my breakdown we decided tonight we couldn't stay anywhere locally and we were running out of places to go before Auckland so we didn't want to drive anywhere further south. We definitely needed a shower. If Matty didn't get a shower this evening I think he would of also had a ...
... s placenta lotion. I was quite cynical but also rather impressed that the guy had made the place work. I am sure what was shown was all quite new to the Asian visitors and of course to many people from the UK as well. Could you get a show like this to work in the Cotswolds (Adam Henson) maybe outside Oxford so it could become part of the coach circuit? One burning question remains: with all this milk whey (sic) ( NZ humour ) is there so little decent cheese in NZ? True there ...
Today we had arranged to meet up with a friend of John's - Gwyn. They worked together as teachers in Kent many years ago. Gwyn now lives in Hong Kong and he was visiting family in NZ, so it was a great opportunity for them to meet up. Marjory drove us to the airport where we we're meeting Gwyn. We then drove into Auckland City. We first explored ...