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Shouting. An anxious voice. Banging. What was going on? Thats what we awoke to. We thought something terrible had happened making us get up (Kelly had already left at stupid o'clock to go to the farm with her dad) and investigate what dramatic events were unfolding. It turned out that Cy had had a phone call from his dad asking for a lift to go to play golf. As he was up he noticed the bin men were outside collecting the streets rubbish so he tries to talk on the phone, get dressed ...
Yep home again home again, jiggerty jig
Good to see friendly faces when we arrived in Napier airport - raining, but not cold. Jack cat didn't come near me for 5 minutes, then settled right back in again.
Didn't muck around, took off to a work do for an hour thinking it was a good time to catch up with a few people.
Then didn't even have to think about tea. Brilliant. Just had to go down the road to Gail and Peters which was lovely, ...
... into her costume she and Allie went for a swim in the sea for about 10 minutes. We loaded up for the return journey, but before leaving Tony took us for a drive along the east coast of the Mahia Peninsula , where the waves of The South Pacific Ocean crashed ashore. Allie and Susie threatened to go to sleep on the way home but David was the only one who dozed off.. The planned stop for a cup of tea at Wairoa was abandoned because the ...
... refuge, I now accept their presence. I now let them live.
I find ants and spiders crawling in our kitchen boxes. Bees come in and buzz around, sniffing me all over. Earwigs scurry where they please (I still kill them; they’re disgusting). And, for the most part, I’ve become immune. I haven’t gotten to the point of welcoming a spider onto my hand so I can release him outside our tent (like Erik does) – but I ...
Tony had set the Sky Plus to record the England v Scotland rugby match and David got up at 6.45am to watch the recording with Tony and Allie. Susie did not disturb her beauty sleep to join them. We had bacon rolls during the half time interval and celebrated a resounding England victory at the end of the game. David and Tony were on chair collecting duty immediately afterwards. First stop Black Barn Winery where we had to transport the remaining 100 chairs down ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting