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... which is the best (slightly biased opinion) of the 10 houses at College. Each house has its own physical house either on or just off campus where the boys in the house have lockers, eat lunch, and go to "study". The competitions between the houses are really intense as well, with tournaments ranging from chess to ping pong to rugby taking place throughout the entire year, with each house accumulating points toward the house cup.
So yes, ...
... concerning my upcoming flight in Wanaka, just to let her know I made it and to check on the weather. All that was proceeding nicely. We headed to Geraldine, then West to Pioneer Park Campground for our first night. Pioneer Park is a DOC (Department of Conservation) site, which is very similar to our State Parks. Jon pretty much crashed as he didn't get much sleep on the flight ...
... br> husband + grandchildson in Christchurch and
visit every year.
The next good
thing: although it rained a little earlier on, by the time we got to the
Kaikoura Golfclub the sun was out. We hired clubs and off we were. nn a
relatively easy course with beautiful greens: just hit the ball long and
straight and you'll score. The 'Marterie’ where we are members, is a very
different story altogether! The views on ...
... to lie down as it is best to hang in there till evening and force my poor tired body on to NZ time. Easier said than done! So,I have been walking and walking around this post earthquake non-city, city. In all fairness, it is Sunday afternoon by now and not much happening but the evidence is everywhere of the slow slog to re-build. The weather is mild though so no complaints ...
... boots and sandals, the tent, food and shells we had collected on the beach during our walks. Our honey was sadly confiscated, along with some driftwood. It was Sarah's turn to benefit from a shoe clean, as her sandals were deemed too dirty to step onto New Zealand soil. After finally having our passports stamped, we were kindly given a bottle of camping gas by a couple of backpackers leaving New Zealand, which helpfully replaced ours that we'd had to leave behind in ...