Tuscany Villas Whakatane Heritage Boutique Collection
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Today the croquet started, and Pete drove the bus to Whakatane, about an hour south along the Bay of Plenty. He was playing there, not starting til about 11. While he played, Annette and myself ( her Peter was also playing) took a stroll around town checking out the sights and strolling along the river. We were very impressed by the yarn bombing, the sheer cliffs, and ...
... do think what the hell are we doing coming to a live marine volcano, the only one in New Zealand !! Then you also realise you have to get onto a small raft to get to the ladder to get to the boulders to clamber over and then finally to terra firma !! Well not firma actually as we later found out !! Lol oh and all this with a yellow *********** and a gas mask round ones neck !! So the reluctant sailor and her mate stayed behind to be one of the last ones to attempt ...
... in a marketable way - for example: Mission C******nay - overpowering hints of tomato vines and fresh dirt, compliments tomato-based dishes to maximize culinary experience; Mission Pinot Gris - tastes much like how goat smells, best served with potatoes. I am sure we will be inundated with job offers in no time. there were, of course, many many fantastic wines that have been re-homed in our wine rack.
... crushed in a building or drowning in a tsunami to a more real concern: getting fat from Daryn's stress-response cooking frenzies.
Since we moved here, we have decided it's time to live and act like adults. As such, we have made a big decision and huge commitment - we have bought plants. Given responsibility is quite foreign to us, we have only purchased plants which are near indestructible, however, given our ...
... chanting, and then ending with the new person (me) having to kiss every single person attending your Pōwhiri (which was about 20 people) in the Maori style. Thank god my manager explained the Maori kiss-thing (touching nose & forehead together - to share a breath) beforehand or my new colleagues would have been in for quite a surprise and I probably would have been fired. Having survived it without disgracing myself, I can say it was ...