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... to pick me up.
We drove to her mother’s horse. We waited until her and three other horses were
done by the farrier until we went to the supermarket. That evening we made
Pizza and watched “Love Rosie” <3. The next day we did the Manawatu Gorge
Track with is about 10 kilometres and tuck us about two houses. My last day at
her house I spend lying on the couch an do my internals and cuddling with her
dog and cats.
... she brought me with a "car" (don’t know how to call it, it is not a real car but also not a golf cart) to Marchel house. My right hip side hurt so much that I could not walk or stand up that evening. My hand, eyebrow and my shin hurt also, but the hip was the worst. During the night the night staff checked on me every two hours. I was so tire the next morning.
At the next morning we had the cross country competition but I had to stay ...
... family the moment we stepped in the door, with hugs & alcohol offered immediately. Oh and did I mention the comfiest bed ever? It was such a lovely relaxing few days, which was made even better by the fact we got to attend Amy's 21 birthday party! And it was amazing to meet up again with her and her fb Bryn in Dunedin, feels like we have known them ...
... hike along the cliff tops of "Cape Foulwind"and windy it was!! Came across the Kewa bird which is considered the wood hen, in the parking lot and on the trail. Flightless and curious.
I made Russell stop at a sign that said Jade Gallery and Workshop! It looked quite runned down and possibly not open!. But a gentleman did notice and waved us in. It was a unique and ...
We left Rotorua and travelled south through another of the geo thermal areas to Lake Taupo. We were amazed to see so many areas of steam being emitted amongst the natural vegetation even after travelling for a while.
Stopped at Taupo and had coffee and Alan managed to get on the internet for a few minutes. It was enough to start making arrangements to ...