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Hi team Not much to say today as it is a travel day. Jackey arrived early. Amanda ready well before pick up time. Audrey already at airport when we arrived and soon after joined by Paulette. Arrived in Melbourne in good spirits. Met by Audrey's son Blair at hotel. Small walk to casino for a wee snack. Then hotel for ...
... all bad. Rach has 4 sisters and 1 brother, 3 of the sisters and her brother all stay in Dannevegas, the other stays in Sydney and we're going to pick her up from Wellington later in the week. We're staying with her sister Kathleen and her husband Tony and their dog Chicco. Luckily Chicco lives outside so I should be fine with my dog allergy. Nice couple, first thing Tony did was offer me a beer...my first taste of Tui beer...not ...
... 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.
... the Kiwi fruit was named after the kiwi bird, because the bird looks kind of like the fruit...er vice versa. Also, the public transportation system in Palmerston North is about as useful as the banana slicer. I will surely have to find a different mode of transportation because a 25-minute trip taking two hours is not okay.
I've learned "heaps" of New Zealand words too!
... soon follow on.
We’ve driven today. From Wellington to here. But first we drove around Wellington. When we left 'Fawlty Towers’ after 10am we toured Wellington in our car for two hours (Erik is a miracle) before heading North. What does Wellington look like, you wonder. Well, picture a big bowl of water. Now add a whole lot of bunches of broccoli, florets facing up, against one side of the bowl ...