The Farm At Cape Kidnappers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... myself and Bison. We then journeyed through the wetlands with regular stops to admire the scenery, flora and fauna, not to mention the innumerable gates that we had to traverse. As we journeyed under the freeway, we had to negotiate a very tight right hand turn over a very narrow brudge - for some reason I found myself deserted by my team mates, disoriented and lost my balance as I turned the corner. Almost immediately I was attacked by a large rock, but I fought ...
... city. Apparently he was a drug dealer, and I imagine a lot of his customers lived around here. Imagine, apart from every other hardship in their lives, his customers would have had to walk up that bloody hill to get their gear.
Driving north in the warm sun, passing mandarin groves and orchards of pink blossoms, then yellow and ...
... rental costs.
May was another month of celebrating being gay. Some friends I have in Sydney invited me to play on their soccer team in the OutGames up in Darwin. Then my partner decided to join in and do some running events too. The OutGames are like the Gay Games in America, they have all kinds of different sporting events, an opening and closing ceremony and some fun stuff in-between.
Because of my torn ACL, I ...
We were picked up in a 1938 Packard driven by Terry, and expat from Mexico. We were driven into town where we took a 2 1/2 hour walking tour, going into many of the art deco buildings. We drove up to an overlook so that we could see all the land that had been added to the city as a result of the earthquake.
Napier still has a lot of earthquakes, about 6/year. It was a great day.
Woke up not the best: combo of period pains and a hangover, took pills and went back to bed after breakfast of smoked salmon (and scrambled eggs) and Buck's Fizz! Smunch: a late smoko/ early lunch on deck in lovely weather (I'm so glad we were in harbour - and not at sea) - cakes, nibbles bits and pieces, everyone in fancy dress hats and excitement. We had our secret Santa - I managed to get 2 gifts, one a make/ sew your own travel bunny buddies in their own suitcase! And a JIC ...