Aubyn Court Spa Motel
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... during the formal but I totally forgot about it during the night because it was so much fun! Fortunately for me, quite a lot of girls had no date, so we had a great time together. I think it was a smart idea not to take the boy I was "arranged" with because that would had been too much responsibility that he has a good night as ...
... sitting next to Amy in front of a table while on the other side our house captain, Pip, was placed.
She spoke a prayer that we had to repeat, than
she asked Amy two questions which she perfectly answered. Afterwards I was asked about the location Nga Tawa was originally was build (in Shannon) and the name of our Equestrian prefect (Ella MC Kinnon).
Afterwards we had to play several funny games. For the first one we had to throw a dice. Depending on ...
... and squeak, a pig called Boris and a deer called Bella. Cecilia is in a wheelchair but that does not stop her, she gets around the farm with her quad bike, another fun ride! They kindly putting up with us for 2 nights, we met Hugh's mother, a wonderful woman of 95, his sister won an Olympic silver in eventing, and had a great tour of the farm!. We were invited to supper with friends of theirs, he is a judge and she is a nurse, which was great fun. The next day we moved on to ...
... We did have to wear crampons on our feet. There were little streams of water and mini waterfalls everywhere!!. There were "glacier gardeners" working with rakes on the glaciers, removing exposed rocks that were potentially hazards if they were to fall and hit someone. Because this is the end of summer the glacier somewhat looked like alot of dirty snow!!! with the glacier gravel and rocks exposed as the ice ...
... than his five foot ten. In the end the giants 24 cm reach advantage did him in and Tua lost the fight in a unanimous decision. After the fight we drove down to the harbour that was minutes away and soon after boarded the Bluebridge Ferry to cross the ever so rough Cook Strait. Now I'm sitting here, Jenn is sleeping beside me on the bench at four in the morning trying to write an entry that makes sense and doesn't show how tired I am.