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... a few questions and generally just got the ball rolling with what I hope will be the start of an actual relationship... I can barely remember one word of what we talked about because every second that went by was so huge to me, every moment was so significant, that I just forgot any previous seconds and got lost in each one as it came and went... It was the most surreal experience of my life and although I can barely remember any of the details, I will never ...
The tour itself was absolutely magical. It started off with a walking tour of the caves. It took a little while for our eyes to adjust to the darkness but not very long into the tour the guide turned off his torch and told us to look up. There above us were a small group of glow worms. The guide said we were very lucky to see this particular group of glow worms as they get fed up with all of the noise ...
... properly, it's too busy attempting to comprehend what your about to do. I opened my mouth an if it wasn't for the video evidence I wouldn't have known what I said. It roughly translated as "If something goes wrong then there is no money belonging me in the house and Elizabeth gets everything I own". Not through favouritism, purely because she was the nearest reference point to something I knew. It's weird how you band together in extreme situations. Before the trip the 3 of us ...
... the city. Thursday night we went to a Macklemore and Ryan Lewis concert after enjoying a very yummy meal of my first NZ green mussels (which were huge!) and some beer. The show was great but was really hoping they'd perform a few of my favorites which they didn't so I was a bit disappointed. But man, Macklemore puts on a good freaking show!
Friday morning we took a five-hour bus ride to Lake Taupo which is south-east ...
Only a few more drives until we would be leaving Rosie. Today's drive was to Lake Taupo in the middle of the North Island. It is a massive lake being larger than Singapore. The lake is actually owned by the local Maori tribe as they bury there dead kings in an island in the centre. The government pay the Maori tribe a handsome sum every year to make the lake accessible to everyone. It was a chilled drive in which we ...