Welcome to working life, its not v. exciting

Trip Start Jul 11, 2009
Trip End Jun 10, 2010

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3 Allans street

Flag of New Zealand  , South Island,
Saturday, February 13, 2010

hey everyone!!
im truly sorry i havent wrote on this for ages
im working full over 40hrs a week ,which ive never done in my life, and when i get a chance to get on the internet ive had to organise other things i.e flights home

its been a great experience working at a bar/cafe/restaurant
cafe by day but grill by night
shiftas are split so can work day and night
mainly done dishes for the last couple weeks
evryone is awesoem
all bacpackers, from France to south america, and the good old irish chefs are a blast to work with!!
i lvoe the irish, the accent makes me smile!!

this week after frist night time shift, where accidentally spilt a beer on someone, seriously am clumsy and shouldnt have got a job in this sort of business, but i hope i improve from this
ive never worked in this field and am lovign the oppurtunitty
\all the customers are travellers too and its so much fun talking about where theyve been, and ive also given them tips on my past travels, i gave on english cvouple from manchester detials of the overland group i went with in africa, travelling ive realised is so much better when you are actually doing it, plannig all beore was brilliant still, but you find out so muc more from first hand talking to other travellers!

o ye back to the poitn
in tkeapo you can see the southern crossd and the most stars you woudl ever see in your entire life!!

went star gazing, the best bit part of working here in tekapo, free str gazing!! normally costs a few dollars

i have nevrr seen so many stars in my life, freezing on top of the hill but the university of canterbruy bases here for research, and i saw saturn though a telescope and other nebullas it was a really fanstastic night!! \
i think im goign to like tekapo
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