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Hi guys! I
still enjoy my amazing trip in New Zealand. I already started my fourth week
here, wow that is going so fast, another four weeks and I will have to back
home but I will enjoy much that I can. This week we had a lot of work to do. We
picked this week a big part of the vineyard, the grapes were viognier (very
good wine by the way). We were 10 people to pick so it was very fast but we
were only two to grab the buckets after so ...
Last full day in the City of Sails. Today we're spending the day in the city and it's all about 'The Jump' Sounds like a dreadful game show :) I'd agreed to wear my t-shirt gifted to me by Rachel for payback for referring to her as the tourist for last 2 years.
Told a few people back home I'm jumping...that's my insurance policy...no backing out now. Stomach is turning thinking about it.
Before the jump we've got to do the sky walk. Walking around a platform 1.5 ...
... day In New Zealand was spent on Waiheke Island. We caught the ferry at the central docks and took the 40 minute ride out to the island. Don and I hiked around a headland and saw some beautiful homes as the clouds moved in and it started to rain.
The rain was short lived and we moved through a beautiful fern forest area on our way to a winery where we had wine and snacks. It was a short walk after that to the town of Oneroa where we shopped a bit ...
... big fellas and some well proportioned women They have the most wonderful smiles Fewer chickens and stray dogs Traditional culture is stronger here than on other islands Samoans are even more devout than other Polynesians Most speak English but not everyone. My three words of Samoan (hello, thank you and goodbye) were welcomed Be prepared to negotiate with the many taxi drivers: easy, as there are too many of ...
... he left). It was really interesting to watch them...learning climb terminology etc. Owen and his friends do this almost every weekend, and they train on Owen's climbing wall, so they were up and down like geckos!
We had to leave them around midday to travel to Auckland as we leave New Zealand early Monday morning. We dropped off Ee aw, bidding her farewell, and checked ...