The Farm At Cape Kidnappers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... all key hole surgery so I don’t have any big scars and it all went well. I just have three little dots and one little line. I was first in that morning and checked out of the hospital (almost without my drugs!) at 4pm.
There was some confusion about my anesthetics and how I was getting an epidural....don’t worry I don’t think I had a baby but when I woke up there was no pain.
I did get some ...
... twenty mile bay. At about 11.00pm a fire engine turned up as it was a very windy night and the fires were very close to the campsite and dry foliage!
We celebrated with local merlot and salad for tea.
There were lots of phone calls, vibers, skype and Facebook with family and finally we went to bed after midnight. People were still milling around the beach until 5am the following morning when I woke to take a picture of the sunrise as I had been told that ...
We left the park by mid-morning and were immediately faced with a steady uphill and twisty climb to the head of the valley and an equally twisting descent before embarking on a long almost tedious drive towards Hastings. There was nothing of great interest, no big mountains or lakes, turquoise streams or waterfalls, colourful flowers ...
... Now I have to apologise for the disgusting photo – the meal really did look and taste wonderful, but the flash didn’t go off and everything looks brown and revolting. You must all know by now that my one and only serving platter is a very vibrant lime green –look at it – all dull and dirty looking. Sorry about that. Too late now to take any more – it’s already in ...
... heading to Countdown supermarket (no New World), but I forgot all about New World when I got blown away by countdown's incredible deals! We got 2 bottles of sun cream £3.50!! Incredible! In South America a tiny bottle of sun cream cost at least £12! After our INCREDIBLE time at the supermarket we headed onto the aptly named "Thermal Explorer Highway" to Taupo, it took about 2 hours and the weather was a bit rainy and grey but with the usual breath-taking scenery.