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... to go for the summit at just about 2000m, which is only an extra hour and a half or so, but was well worth it - the views were stunning!!! We could actually see the South Island in the far distance from up there! We got up, stopped for lunch and got back down to the end point again all in perfect time to rejoin the others before jumping back onto the bus and heading to the next hostel and straight into the Hot Tub! We all slept very very well last night, and today we ...
... to Coronation Street 2 years on from where we
We might not recognise the characters.
The trip up the Rhine has appealed right from the start.
Everyone we have spoken to who has done the trip are enthusiastic about it. You
do what you want to do and when. With only a little over a hundred on the boat
it shouldn’t be too crowded.
At the end of that boat trip we have one night in Amsterdam.
I wont tell you what ...
... little backyard. At one point this older guy was walking in the kitchen(in the dark, just some blue light) and staring at us, kinda creeped me out because he really looked like voldermort in that light lolXD till he came outside for a smoke.
After a bit it got too cold outside so we went to sit inside and yeah.
It was weird, just sitting there talking was really nice, it was like we'd been friends for a long time already. Especially in the way how'd we ...
... Peter spoke to me about the business and told me lots about the local countryside and farmers. Eoin was lovely and closer to my age, so we hit it off straight away. The farm was set in beautiful surroundings I had the most amazing view of rolling hills and mountains from my bedroom window. That evening we didnt do a whole lot, other than sit around and talk. We had dinner and I saw how they remove the fur from the Possums. Yuck! I didnt sleep very well that night, and I am not sure ...
... limechilli dark chocolate. Mmmm.
After a brief stop in Masterton where we strolled along the high street and in the town's Queen Elizabeth Park until it started raining again, we arrived in Palmerston North.
The city, named after British PM Viscount Palmerston but more commonly referred to by its residents as 'Palmy', doesn't have a great reputation in New Zealand - not because ...