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We woke up this morning to the sounds of football and boys cheering it on. I hate football. We couldn't be rude and knew the guy was coming back whose bedroom we were staying in so we got up and got ready. We didn't feel too hungover which was surprising but I think we had slept well. Luckily it hadn't been as cold as we thought it might have been. We got out and watched some of the match with these random people. Oh we were trying not to laugh, this one American guy ...
... with a message that is partly hope and partly homage. The rain poured late at night, but I was warm and comfortable in the hostel, feeling first like a late nighter for being up past 10, though that impression was spoiled by the young crowd making a commotion outside. Even they stopped at 11, though. So civilised for someone who is, as the two girls from my room put it when talking about an acquaintance the next day, is "quite old-40 or so," (laughing) "oh, not *so* ...
... on the way home.
On Friday, we graduated from Hogwartz. We picked up our brooms and our boarding school cliches, and moved on. The weather had turned against us for the first time here in NZ: lashing rain, and cold. (Sympathy here for the people in the UK who've had appalling weather for months - we know that we're very lucky with the weather since we've been away.) On the way out of town, we stopped at Baldwin Street, famous for being the ...
... und das Bett hätte vor guten 10 Jahren schon ausgetauscht werden sollen, so durchgelegen war die Matratze. Den ersten Abend verbrachten wir im Forsyth Barr Stadium beim Super Rugby Spiel der heimischen Highlanders gegen die Blues aus Auckland. Obwohl wir manche Spielzüge noch immer nicht verstehen machte es Spaß. Vor allem war es lustig den leidenschaftlichen Fans zuzuschauen wenn es gerade gut bzw. schlecht fürs eigene Team ...
... been chicken giblets!
- Approx 1.5kg boneless skinless chicken thighs or skinless chicken thigh cutlets
- 2 tsp each of ground cumin, ground cinnamon and ground coriander