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... pub, only a half hour drive away! So we decided to go down the pub that week. It was a busy evening in the pub with twenty people there including ourselves. We played pool and nearly beat Leroy and his brother Eugene even playing NZ rules where you aren't allowed two shots when the other team has a foul shot. This may be because we told Leroy he was stripes, and only told him after potting two of our balls that we had lied... When the pub population died out ...
... 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 ...
... put on hold for now.
This was a big day for Aussies and Kiwis, as it was Grand Final day. This is the Super Bowl of the NRL (National Rugby League), the best version of rugby according to most. Traditionally before each GF game, the minor league teams play their GF game. This was bet three on the ticket. Mark had the Warriors, the only Kiwi team (major or minor) in the league, winning with less than 12 points. the Warriors made it by winning both their last two games in ...
... ok. We may have to leave some of our clothing behind to be able to take home our shell and stone collection! If we buy anything in Australia, we will have to jettison more clothing!
2 March: This morning we returned to the Sanson Market, met Jo and Rauf, had a look around, and went for coffee at the Church Cafe where they serve....heavenly coffee, if course. In the late afternoon we went to a concert put on by the ...
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 ...