Asure Saddle And Sulky Motor Lodge
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... work in a foreign country. You may recall in our last blog entry that Craig was diligently working on the computer soon after we arrived in New Zealand doing continuing education credits. In order to get a New Zealand Psych license, he had to get his California license reinstated from the inactive status. Therefore, he had to do 5-years worth of backdated training. Also, the state of California recently switched over to an electronic fingerprinting ...
... to Norway was about 8 hrs; the big stretch to Chile was 9.5 hrs). I no longer am able to sleep on airplanes, so I tossed and turned; watched a couple movies; tossed and turned some more; dozed frequently for periods less than a half hour; and paced the aisle way like an animal in the zoo wanders around its confined cage.
After having traveled nearly 11,500 km, I arrived in AKL at 05:45 on November 12. Yes, that's right! ...
... to have in our last year of school.
Really good experience, very interesting and enjoyable. Great comparisons in culture, learnt a lot about how the other half live.
A very good experience to be apart of, really enjoyed the activities and the different cultures.
Liked the Thai people a lot and the relaxed feel of Phuket. Great to see how other people live in countries like these.
Pretty sick trip, heaps ...
... and more importantly I have to find a place to sleep tomorrow night. Something to do first thing in am and decide when I want to book a bus out of here as I think if I wait to long ill miss the Saturday bus and have to wait till Tuesday with the long weekend screwing everything up. I think that's pretty much my day in nutshell. I hope I get to meet either Ryan or Corey before I leave here as it'll be a major waste of time and more importantly money. From the west coast ...
... the road on the coastal walkway were some sample units that were really lovely and modern with sliding glass walls and high-end finish.
We enjoyed a sunny afternoon shopping, and enjoying the city. Then we met a bunch of other Safari friends at Salt, right on the water, for dinner.
A lovely and relaxing day. We'll be back in the air again tomorrow.