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... I gave scruff a massive hug thanks because lets face it if it hadn't been for him i would have backed out. Really glad i did do it, but it still gives me goosebumps thinking about it, amazing feeling, i'm just proud of myself for getting in the plane lol. My stomach really has had an eventful day too, don't think i could have vomited while doing that tho, was too busy screaming lol. After the jump we all sat round watching the videos and of course mine in hilarious and ...
Wednesday 4th July 2012
Mike's ex wife's sister Bev and husband Terry set up McCashin's Brewery in Stoke and Mike also had a hand in the set up, so it was a great opportunity for Mike to visit his nephew Dean who now runs the brewery. We toured the premises with Mike reminiscing old times and they talked about ...
... and the branches hang down either side.
I had thought I'd be prefect for picking kiwi fruit being short! Sadly this wasn't the case in reality...some of the kiwi grow really high, especially on the canopies. After a few hours of picking the fruit on Wednesday I thought I was going to be sick. Your arms are constantly up and for me they were straight up as I ...
... and fruit before treating ourselves to a falafel wrap. The wrap was huge and tasted divine, we haven't had any bad food as yet. Wifey then did some retail therapy, she could practice this as a profession, luckily the parking ticket was due before she went too crazy.
The kids were treated to some time on a huge park by the sea before we went up the coast to Richmond which is a suburb of Nelson. This is a nice area with a ...
... 6 inches of wet mud!! *Grace, Day
Three*This tramping trip was exhausting but amazing! Gollum’s Challnge made me
feel like a treasure hunter out of a movie. We saw some really cool places
and had beautiful views. It’s the last day today and after climbing
mountains and rope ladders, sleeping without a tent and fighting our way
through branches, rocks and mud, I think we are all looking forward to a