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... enter different arrid terrain and leave the rain forest and damp West coast. Always spots to pull over and enjoy beautiful vistas. One was Lake Havea. Arrived in Wanaka , on the edge of lovely Lake Wanaka. Our B&B 's backyard had a lovely view overlooking the Alp Mountains.
After some fish appetizers at a local pub we did a short hike up the local Iron Mt. Again some magnificent views of Lake Wanaka and the mountains. This small hill was ...
... planned tour of the Tui brewery. So that can wait until tomorrow. We are parked at the Pahiatua Golf Club tonight, so only about two minutes drive from the brewery.
We have had leftovers tonight and Col, Richie and I are all snuggled in with the delayed coverage of the All Blacks – Cherry Bossoms (manly name) game about to start on Prime.
Happy Birthday ...
... to see if any have escaped in the night, reading bedtime stories and then drinking bit more wine. K was supposed to be dry during my visit but seems to have slipped a little!!!
Kyra (middle one) and I cooked tea yesterday ... we had a master chef evening.... don't seem to have poisoned anyone so think I'll still be welcome to stay another week.
I'll be here till ...
... repetitively green) and stopped in Martinborough (supposedly a wine region, although we only saw one vineyard) to have a picnic of sandwiches. We had to eat in our car for it was just a little too cold in the park. We were hoping for warmer weather in the North island, but so far we haven’t found it. I guess we have to go more North still. God, I hope it warms up, especially at night!
The scenery here is ...
... passed so quickly.
Soon enough we landed, and again took the stairs right onto the tarmac into the terminal in
Palmerston North. There we met our mentor, Yvonne Hartley. She is an amazing woman who so far seems like the ideal person to teach us what to do. We hopped in the school van, which just barely held 5 girls stuff for a year and headed off to our new job, Tutors at Nga Tawa Diocesan School!