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... at least once and often many more times. From snowy topped mountains in mount cook, stunningly blue lakes in Tekapo, Wanaka and Queenstown, endless rolling hills and tussock swept mountains in central otago, the beautifully wild and rugged Catlins Coast and the dark and brooding mountains that jut out of the sea at Milford Sound and Fiordland. We have taken many scenic drives and done lots of tramping to get closer to nature ...
... to conduct one-self in shopping centres.
After we picked up the boots, we had to go back to the motorhome depot for visit #5, as the shower was blocking up again when I tested it. Another load of hot water and detergent down the plughole and we were assured that this time all was OK. I was not entirely convinced, but what could I do – the water drained away before my eyes. So we got going and drove out to New Brighton for a look around and Donna ...
... we also have chapel on Monday and Friday. Daniel, Richard, and I also received our official uniforms on Wednesday. We have not gotten a picture with them on yet, but I promise we will get one.
Today was an especially exciting day. At lunchtime, the Harper and Somes houses competed in the semi-finals of the upperclassmen house basketball game. Richard and I both got to dress out, and Richard, sadly, led his Harper house to a victory over myself and the Somes team. It was all a ...
... of summit road just seem to spill over the mountains like a waterfall, pretty cool really! Stopped off for a picnic lunch with our fold-out table and chairs overlooking a nice valley before cooking up a meatball and pasta storm for dinner on our dual burner gas cooker that clips onto the side of the car. A few teething problems setting things up (like the side awning that won't stay up!) but so far so good, we're still talking anyway!
... br> In Kaikoura, we went out to the sea to see the whales. This was our first time to see a Sperm Whale. Amazingly, this giant creature lives along this shore for most of the year. The tour guides are pro's at finding the whale. The giant didn't seem to care that we were close by and just chilled out for long enough to fill his lungs before diving down to the bottom of the sea to grab some lunch.