151 On London
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... sting yesterday, thanks for asking. Can we also say thanks for all the e-mails, we are really pleased to get them and know you are enjoying our blog. Sorry if we don't reply it's just we have little access to wifi that writing these takes up most of it. Just stop telling us how wonderful the weather is in the UK!!! We had to fill up today, by the skin of our teeth..... The price for diesel here is average NZ$ 1.48 per litre and NZ$ 2.20 per litre for petrol - ...
... one door it said entrance 10 dollars which was refundable if an anecdote was told...we quickly got our money back with the tale of Hope wearing my swimming costume back to front and the whole day was full of anecdotes, mainly from Hope and going back over 80 years One of Hope's stories, in a roundabout way was about Dan the plumber who had come to clear gutters, a 6 foot hunk of a man who gave her a big hug to cheer her up after her op and she kissed him ...
... Bertie, Rob and Pete in Red and David and Erin in Rupert; we joined others on the little paddock just back from the beach – Adrian and Margaret in Daydream Believer and John and Joyce in JJZZZZ. We were joined on New Year's day by Len and Carol and Don and Dawn – more motor homers. Following behind the “Trino” came Robin in the UTE with Pete's and her “toys”, two quad bikes, a Blokart ...
... just too heavy and bulky to be carrying around! Good deed done we got on our way, a real motorway - with several lanes and what anybody would recognise back home as a big city! Some of the houses on the hillsides just north of the city were incredible, amazing views and amazingly designed houses. Driving for maybe an hour, maybe more maybe less I can't recall but we decided to pull over and stop at Raumati Beach. All of the sand up in North Island is dark, from the ...
... damp and we didn't have much in the way of kindling, never-mind.
The second day would turn out to be my favorite day of the whole trip, we'd actually entered the National Park now so the was very much a feeling of being in the middle of nowhere, miles from any kind of civilization. To start with the day was very misty with fog lying very low in the river valley, over the first couple of hours the mist gradually burnt away and by 11 o'clock the sun was ...