Aubyn Court Spa Motel
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... some beers to take away and went back to theirs to play darts. At their house we met their pet sheep named Horse and the new addition to the house, a wild bunny rabbit named Duck.
One day we helped out Jane's friend and babysat her children whilst she went to work. We took them to the swimming pool, played Lego, took the dog for a walk and watched a film.
To broaden our farming knowledge we went down to spectate Huw sheep shearing, when he ...
... stopped at a viewing point to take in the scenery, where we all just casually sat and ate these incredibly huge strawberries whilst looking out into the green rolling hills with the sun sparkling down. Was pretty special. After a lot of driving, we made it to Kelly's house which she shared with two friends. Luckily for us, one friend was away for while, so there was a spare bed. We had a ...
... and Mark's hopes. Besides that, it was a good day of rugby and beer!
Monday was back to cloudy and super windy but no rain. After breakfast we piled into Mark's car and we drove down to Palmerston North. On the way there we took a scenic side road, that was the only way to Palmerston North when a landslide closed the main highway and we got a glimpse of the future. Huge windmills lined the top of the hills as we drove through an energy farm. We pulled over at the top of a ...
... for the parcels. Jenna learned from friends here in New Zealand that the hold up is Australia's fault!! It somehow gets hung up there until enough is gathered to send onward to NZ.
WEll lesson learned if you really want someone to get a parcel in reasonable time to "Way down Under" you have to send air mail or at least 5-6 months to guarantee an arrival time for the date ...
We voyage to River Valley today; an incredibly isolated cabin in the deep valleys of central North Island. Sheep and vegetation abound. Some white-water raft, but I've ticked off that old box. And it's raining very heavily. So we play poker by the roaring fire hustling the noobs. The men do at least. The women play ...