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... morning and taken to some very well cared for horses to get hatted and ------ and given our horses. Like in Patagonia they all ride with the reins held in one hand and I soon realised my horse with unpronounceable name only responded to the reins being tapped on his shoulders. Very sadly the weather was inclement and a third of the way along the journey Karin's horse spooked and she landed very heavily on the ground. Very shaken and bruised it was a good job one of the party ...
... and every day I do things that create memories better than I expected. NZ was the first official and documented adventure of Scott and Simone, but it certainly won't be the last. Thanks for following us on our adventure, we have loved keeping you updated on our journey through the North Island. Should you wish to continue to follow us on our daily adventures be sure to subscribe to my blog sunny side up (link below) xx http://mckennasimone.wix.com/sunnysideu ...
Arrived in Auckland at 8 in the morning so we had the whole day. Walked around and checked out the harbour. The harbour had some massive and beautiful sail boats. As we were walking towards the water front we came along some crazy Christmas decorations. Had some beers and enjoyed the sun in the harbour side to take a break. Ready to adventure out for our second day here in Auckland. Grabbed a few photos of our first hostel room. Sweet ...
... in the oddest places - in parks, through buildings and the longest escalator in the world 800 metres! There are also loads of walkways across the main roads which makes crossing them much easier and gives you more escalators to go on!
I am also showing a picture of one of the best things in Hong Kong - Ollie's ...
... turns out that it has two screens. They werent called screen one and screen two, but they were known by names, our film was being shown in Tivoli. There was no fizzy drinks on tap, no fresh popcorn either. But there were bottles of juices and soft drinks being sold as well as ice cream cones (or more like ice cream cups), all reasonably priced.
The main surprise was that the cinema was new, clean, modern. It had a cafe, bar and a restaurant. The ...